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All of us will have many 
memories of our years at 
Wilmington High School. 
We have attempted to cap- 
ture these memories for 
you by reproducing on the 
following pages the faces 
of your classmates, teach- 
ers and friends. We hope 
as you look at these pic- 
tures in the coming years 
you will feel both joy and 
nostalgia, recalling these 
people who were so much 
a part of your youth. 

We present to you the 
1966 HOURGLASS in the 
hope you will find it a fit- 
ting memento of your high 
school days. 




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In our four years at Wil- 
mington High School, Miss 
Sharp has proved a true 
friend of our class. It was 
she who first gave us a 
feeling of class spirit, and 
it was she who worked for 
the success of our Junior 
Prom and Junior Variety 
Show. Not only did she 
want all that was good for 
the entire class, but she 
blessed each of us with her 
counsel and advice. In our 
senior year, she gave us all 
her time and energy, proc- 
essing school and job appli- 
cations. For all this, and 
because we love and re- 
spect her, we dedicate to 
Miss Irene Sharp the 1966 
HOURGLASS. It is our 
appreciation for all she has 
done for us. 



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Standing: Arnold F. Lanni, Walter Pierce, Asst. Supt., Richard E. Keane, George G. Robertie. 
Seated: Arthur J. Brewster, Glen E. Connolly, Chairman, Harold S. Shea, Supt. of Schools, 
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We salute the members of the Class of 1966 for your outstanding 
achievements during these past four years! 

Because of your striking successes in the scholastic field as evi- 
denced by the largest number of individual scholarship recipients in 
the history of the school, and, because of your solid contributions to 
the advancement of the general welfare of the high school as attested 
by your good deeds in the fine arts, in athletics, in student government 
work, and in other extra-curricular activities, you have brought signifi- 
cant honor to your school, to your community, to your parents, and 
to yourselves. 

The School Committee and the School Administration are proud 
of you, and we extend to all of you our best wishes for continued 
success and personal happiness in the years ahead. 



May 27, 1966 



Harold S. Shea 
Superintetident of Schools 



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Grecian and Roman Empires rose to the 
heights academically, economically, and cultur- 
ally only to collapse because the people could not 
handle prosperity. Immorality and corruption 
prevailed. 

We inherited the word "Democracy" from 
Greece. It refers to a government of the people, 
for the people, and by the people. It is our form 
of go\ernment and it is the best in the world, 
but, we must all take an active part in it or we 
could suffer the fate of our Greek and Roman 
predecessors. 

We had the Tories in the Revolutionary War; 
those who rioted and refused to answer the draft 
in the Gi\il War; Pacifists in World War I; Con- 
scientious Objectors in World War II; Defectors 
in the Korean Conflict; Draft Card burners now. 
We have survived them all as a nation. 

We must believe in law and order; we must 
make .sacrifices; we must have faith in God and 
in each other because we can't guarantee our 
way of life without giving our all to protect and 
preserve it. 

Let us all follow the Golden Rule: Do unto 
others as you would have them do unto you. 

Harold E. Driscoll, 
Assistant Princ/fuil, WHS 



Congratulations to the Class of 1966 upon the 
successful completion of your high school edu- 
cation. Looking back, those days will bring 
various memories to each of you. 

Looking ahead, we trust that you have laid a 
solid foundation for your future plans and aspira- 
tions. May your future be bright and your 
ambitions fulfilled. We wish everyone health 
and success in the years that lie ahead. 

Bernard P. McMahon 

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Congratulations and Best Wishes to each and 
every member of the Class of 1966. 

As I write this message, I feel somewhat nos- 
talgic for I, too, am graduating from the high 
school after thirty years of service. 

In this, my final yearbook message as Assistant 
Principal, I would like to recall some facts from 
history that could apply today. 







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SUmdinn: Miss E. Kennedy, Mrs. 1. Aklrich, Mr. D. Grecoe, Mr. R. Grant, Miss M. Muldoon, 

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Seated: Mrs. S. Horwitz, Mrs. B. Shea, Mr. R. Hamilton, Miss K. Hellmer, Miss M. Fowler. 



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Standing: Mr. J. Gould, Mr. J. Hamilton, Mr. R. Breakey. 
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Standing: Mr. J. Pollard, Mr. R. Dicey. 

Seated: Mr. F. Lentine, Mr. A. Hambleton, Mr. J. Hansen. 




Standing: Ecce Homo Ea^ar, F'rau C. Lewis, Senor L. Kemp. 
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Standing: Mr. J. Cross, Mr. M. Jones, Mr. J. Lynch. 
Seated: Mr. J. Babcock, Mr. F. Kelley, Miss M. Halpin. 



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Standing: Mr. P. Spinoza, Mr. C. Keady, Mr. B. Shea, Mr. G. Cogan. 
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Standing: Mrs. A. Glynn, Mr. C. Shiere, Miss L. McManus. 
Seated: Miss F. Kazalski, Mrs. G. Webber, Miss M. Boland. 








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BEVERLY A. ALDEN 

BEV 

Striving to become a legal secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Cheerleader 4. 

Noted for her fickleness. 

Interested in ceramics, softball, and playing the organ. 

Objects to no locks on the girls' room doors. 

Remembers all the good friends I've made at W.H.S. 



WARREN B. ALLGROVE 
BRUCE 



Striving to own a new car. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his truck. 
Interested in sports and cars. 
Objects to long dresses. 
Remembers when . . . 





KIRK ANDERSOi\ 

ANDY 

Striving for happiness and few problems in the future. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 

1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4. 
Noted for being co-captain of the football team. 
Interested in sports, having fun, and not working. 
Objects to being told what to do and people who skip school. 
Remembers football practice and the good baseball team. 



MARTHA JEAN ANDERSON 

Striving to become an English teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Assistant Editor of Alpha 3; Editor-in-Chief of Alpha 4; 

Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 2, 3. 
Noted for her work on the Alpha. 

Interested in .swimming, attending football and basketball games. 
Objects to the cliques and people who think they're something when they aren't. 
Remembers Mr. Kelley's jokes, running to lunch, guidance talks with Miss Sharp, 

and the fun at W.H.S. 





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ROBERTA JEANNE ANDERSON 
BERT 

Striving to finally find something to do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3; Prom Committee 3. 

Noted for her intelligence. 

Interested in reading, movies, and theater. 

Objects to people who take themselves seriously, school, cliques, school, bigots, 
hypocrisy, school, certain teachers, and school. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's onions, Speech I, lunch with Pam and Marion, Junior 
Crazy Day '65, all the rules I broke and never got caught, Miss Sharp, my friends 
and all my enemies, those lovely bomb scares, Mr. Eagar and Latin IIL 





WILLIAM A. ANDERSON 
BILL 



Striving to get out of school. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his pegged pants. 
Interested in girls and cars. 
Objects to work, school, and teachers. 
Remembers nothing. 



ANTHONY ANTONOWITCH 
TONY 

Striving to be skinny, to live and to love. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for playing Santa Claus at Christmas. 

Interested in cars, money, and girls. 

Objects to having to stay after school all the time, and going to P. E. 

Remembers trying to find a place to have a smoke and Room 101. 





BRUCE M. ARNOLD 

ARNIE 

Striving to become a history teacher and to go to California. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee; 

Dance Committee. 
Noted for his year of presidency. 
Interested in CYO, sports, and history. 
Objects to rats and people who have funny laughs. 
Remembers Junior Variety Show, Hopper's Cottage, freshmen, hanging signs, and 

food fights. 




HARRY ARNONE 

HAROLDO 

Striving to be a high school teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Barbershop Quartet; Alpha Staff 1, 2. 

Noted for his driving. 

Interested in fishing, bov^'ling, photography, money, and reading. 

Objects to not enough order in the corridors. 

Remembers teachers who open all the windows when it's very cold. 



DONALD ATKINS 

DON 



Striving to be a dentist. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his cheerfulness. 

Interested in hunting. 

Objects to teachers. 

Remembers Al and running to lunch. 





JOHN R. BAKER 

Striving to be a draftsman. 

Extracurricular Activities: Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 3 

Noted for being a hard worker. 

Interested in coins, drafting, CYO, basketball, and baseball. 

Objects to gym and chorus. 

Remembers the bike ride, lunch, Spanish I, and Junior Crazy Day 



CATHERINE J. BALLOU 

CATHY 

Striving to become a successful beautician and earn enough money to go to Europe 

with Joan in 1970. 
Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior 

Variety Show; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for borrowing Charlie's car. 
Interested in sewing and borrowing Charlie's car. 
Objects to getting up at 7:15 in the morning and M. E.'s hair. 
Remembers the trip to New York's World Fair. 




EVE BARDEN 

EVE 

Striving to be a floral designer. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her artistic ability with flovi'crs. 

Interested in skating, horseback riding, and boys. 

Objects to underclassmen who think they are great and people who throw stink 

bombs. 
Remembers the Work Study Program. 





JAMES BAXTER 
JIM 

Striving not to see my picture in the post office. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2. 

Noted for his sense of humor. 

Interested in sports. 

Objects to the short time between classes. 

Remembers all my homerooms and 10th grade English. 



ALAN BELOFSKY 

AL 

Striving to let my hair grow long and grow a beard. 

Extracurricular Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football. 

Noted for making the barbers go bankrupt. 

Interested in English, track, and the Unicorn Coffee House. 

Objects to underclassmen, Pseudo-Colliege, and C. M. C. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's track team, English 403, and the rush to lunch. 




JOEL BENNETT 
TEDDY 

Striving to get out of school. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his hidden potential. 

Interested in sports and cars. 

Objects to work. 

Remembers all the fun I've had in the past four years. 




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KENNETH BERKELEY 

KEN 

Stri\'ing to enter into journalism or politics. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his nice looks and his congenial smile. 
Interested in reading, acting, singing, and politics. 
Objects to school, essays, tests, and the "rats". 
Remembers C. McC. on 93 and the great '57 Ford. 



PAUL BIELECKI 

Striving to become a doctor. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; French Club 2. 

Noted for riding his tricycle in the bike ride. 

Interested in sports, science, history and skin diving. 

Objects to kids that teachers can't control and "know-it-alls". 

Remembers Muskie's hair. 





DALE FRANCES BISHOP 

Striving to be an elementary school teacher and to go to Europe after graduating 
from college. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Willy the Wildcat Mas- 
cot 2; Field Hockey 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Senior 
Class Play; Yearbook; Softball 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4. 

Noted for being friendly, witty, and attractive. 

Interested in motorcycles, Cadillacs, Cape Cod, Southwest C. football games, sew- 
ing, and playing the piano. 

Objects to the smog in the girls' room and gym. 

Remembers Chelmsford, A.J., the night at "Skip's", and all of the things Tana and 
I ha\e gotten away with. 



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Striving for peace. 








Extracurricular Activities: Ba.sketball Manager 1; 


Pep Club 1, 2; 


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2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 


President 4. 


Noted for Gomo. 








Interested in reading, guitar, art, horseback ridir 


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Objects to the "lioob tube" and that murky girls' 


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Remembers reading with P.M., "Reading" in Mr 


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BEVERLEY BOUDREAU 

BEV 

Striving to be a good secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 3. 

Noted for being quiet. 

Interested in horseback riding and dancing. 

Objects to people who think they are great, being called Beverley, and people who 

spell my name wrong. 
Remembers the stories that Mrs. Webber told us, having Mrs. Webber three times 

a day, my friends, the assemblies, and running to lunch. 





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ALBERT EARLE BOUTWELL III 

EARLE 



Striving to make a lot of money. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for going with a junior. 

Interested in Nancy. 

Objects to teachers that look like students. 

Remembers our wonderful class meetings. 



JOAN BOVITZ 
JO JO 

Striving for a college education and a fireman's award. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1; French Club 2; Dance Committee 2; Prom 
Committee 3, 4. 

Noted for her friend the fireman. 

Interested in School Street, riding on Engine 1, collecting blinking red lights, build- 
ing tin pyramids, and hockey games. 

Objects to broken sirens. 

Remembers December 14, 1963, directing traffic, hooking Miss B. with my bracelet, 
visiting fire stations, the Junior Prom, Espanol class, and the fun in the past 
three years. 






THERESA ANN BOWEN 
TERRI 

Striving to go to I.B.M. school, and to go to Bermuda with the girls. 
Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1; Band 1; Dance Committees 3, 4; Softball 3, 

4; Pep Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 1; and Yearbook Staff 4. 
Noted for her sense of humor. 

Interested in dancing, parties, sports, and "telling stories." 
Objects to people who try to be something they are not and Hanover drivers. 
Remembers tea parties at one a.m., trip to Marshfield, a certain P.J. party and all 

the fun I have had with J. R., J. P., and D. P. 




JANICE LYNN BREEN 

Stri\ing to become a nurse and get married. 
Extracurricular Acti\ities: None. 

Noted for her participation in the Work Study Program. 
Interested in stock cars and racing. 
Objects to maps and histor>'. 

Remembers all the trouble I used to get into, work study class, my classmates, and 
school lunches. 



SALLY ANN BRUNELLE 

SAL 

Striving to be needed and to succeed in whatever I do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 3; Basketball 2, 3; Soccer 2; Softball 2. 

Noted for her class spirit. 

Interested in dancing, music, art, boys, food, reading, money, friends, and CYO. 

Objects to school food and g\-m classes. 

Remembers the Bike Hike in the junior year and Miss Sharp. 





JOANNE BRUNO 

JO-JO 

Stri\ing to be a vocal coach and to see Europe. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: Latin Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3; 

Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 1, 2; the Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for her collegiate look. 

Interested in the guitar, folk music, and S.C.A.B. 
Objects to people who call me Joan, and math. 
Remembers Spanish I, Mr. Shea's Ho-Ho, the so-called food in the cafe, and 

A. B.'s hair. 



LEONARD BRYANT 
LEN 

Strising to be a teacher and coach. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; 

Senior Dance Committee; Football 3. 
Noted for his ankles. 

Interested in sports, particularly basketball. 
Objects to teachers who don't understand students. 
Remembers working on the yearbook staff and playing sports for W.H.S. 




DAVID BULL. 

DAVE 

Striving to spend two weeks in a harem. 

Extracurricular Activities: Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for his big blue eyes. 

Interested in football, Nancy, and skiing. 

Objects to going outside for gym at 30°. 

Remembers the Junior Variety Show and the Bike Hike. 








CASSANDRA BURNS 
SANDY 

Striving to decide what I'm striving for. 

Extracurricular Activities: Majorettes 1, 2, 3; Drum Major and Head Majorette 4; 

Basketball I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4; 

Chorus 1, 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Math League 4. 
Noted for Lake Winnipesaukee. 

Interested in everything on, at, or in Lake Winnipesaukee. 
Objects to people who call me "gunner" and color-blind people. 
Remembers Groveton, our bike parade, the girls' championship basketball team, 

playing football and crazy eights, and my short cut. 



KENNETH BURT 
HUNKY 



Striving to be an accountant. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his white shirts. 
Interested in nothing. 
Objects to teachers' superiority. 
Remembers headaches in room 206. 



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MICHELE ROSE CAIRA 
MICKI 

Striving to be an elementary school teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Junior Variety Show; 

Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Majorettes 3, 4; Student Council 4; 

Alpha 4; Art Club 1. 
Noted for her sneeze and her friendliness. 

Interested in stuffed animals, baton, all sports, and certain boys. 
Objects to cliques and maps. 
Remembers Miss Murphy's tests, Mr. Kelley's gum list, lab room, senior year, 1965- 

1966 football team, school lunches, and French class. 




MARION CALO 
MICKY 

Stri\ing to complete college and to become an English teacher. 

Extracurricular Actixities: Junior Variets- Show; Chorus 1; Dance Committee 3, 4; 

Ski Club 3; Prom Committee 3. 4: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 
Xoted for her blue eyes. 

Interested in ha\-ing fun, trying to ski, certain boys, writing silly poems, and CYO. 
Objects to a certain English teacher, my sister, and school lunches. 
Remembers passing notes between classes, my "surprise" after the Junior Prom, a 

certain bo\" in my Junior year. Miss Shinnick"s geometr.' class, doing an>'thing 

to get out of g>'m, "Coop," and my friends at W'.H.S. 



JAMES CAPOZZI 

JIM 

Stri\ing to become a success in life. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. 
Xoted for his height. 

Interested in all sports, cars, girls, and CYO. 
Objects to homework, H.R. 203, and class dues. 

Remembers Mike, ha\ing a locker for four years betvveen M. C. and S. C baseball, 
hockey, phjsics, Mr. Kelle>"'s tests, current e\ents, Junior Week, and ski trips. 




SHEILA CARLETOX 
CARLEY 

Stri\'ing to be successful in whate\"er I do. 

Extracurricular Acti\'ities: Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance 

\'ariet>- Sho\\-; Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 4. 
Xoted for her friendly disposition. 

Interested in a certain bo>' named Lee, horses, skiing, reading, and ha\"ing a ball. 
Objects to snobs, long play, school lunches, grammar, term papers, and g>'m. 
Remembers certain math and t>-pe classes, M. M., a certain place the night of the 

Junior Prom, and Junior ^\'eek. 




JOSEPH CASTALDO 

JOE 

Striving to be successful in whatever I do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 2; Junior Variety Show; Ski Club 3; Dance 

Committee 3; Chorus 1; Intramural Basketball. 
Xoted for his phenomena) question, "Got any grub?" 
Interested in R. C, cars, skiing, drafting, and CYO. 
Objects to homeroom 203 and fighting with R. C. 
Remembers U. S. Historv with Miss Murphv, running to lunch from rt)om 127, and 

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WILLIAM CAWTHORN 
NIB 

Striving to ride in my Merc one week without it falling apart. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 1, 3; Football 1; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for his Mercury. 

Interested in cars and girls. 

Objects to H.R. 203. 

Remembers a certain girl in the junior class. 




RITA CHISHOLM 
RI 

Striving to become an R.N. and live a happy life. 
Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1; Pep Club 1, 

Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Noted for her early suntan. 

Interested in boys, listening to gossip, swimming, skating, skiing, and weddings. 
Objects to people calling me stuck up, a certain homeroom teacher, and the clique. 
Remembers my fight with Roe, double dating with Roe, R. W., summer of '64, 

certain weddings, Mr. DeRosa's English class with E. M. and L. M., New Jersey, 

and the N. B. 



ROSETTA JEAN CICCIU 
ROE 

Striving to be successful in whatever I attempt. 

Extracurricular Activities: Softball 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2; Ski Club 

3; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4. 
Noted for her height. 

Interested in J. C, learning to ski, swimming, and knitting. 

Objects to fighting with Joe, being called Rosie, homeroom 203, and teacher's pet. 
Remembers November 11, 1964, scooping with Ri in summer of '64, the N. B., 

McDonalds, R. W., R. C M. C.'s, and "surprise" after the Junior Prom. 




ROBERT CONNELLY 

BOB 



Chorus 1, 2, 4; Business Club 3; Science Club 2 



Striving to join the Navy. 
Extracurricular Activities: 

President 3. 
Noted for his limousine. 
Interested in sports and money. 
Objects to nothing. 
Remembers bomb scares and the Great Jon Fairfield. 




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JOHN CONWAY 

JACK 



Striving to be an architect. 

Extracurricular Activities: Soccer 3, 4. 

Noted for his quietness. 

Interested in painting and coin collections. 

Objects to nothing. 

Remembers history and biology. 




DONALD COOLIDGE 

DON 

Striving to be successful and see the world. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; "The Conspirators," 1; Chorus 

1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 

3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play; Baseball 2, 3. 
Noted for his intelligence and his many talents. 
Interested in sports, science fiction, travel, and folk music. 
Objects to Sunday night homework and paying for the cafeteria lunches. 
Remembers driving with Mike, French skits, the great tennis match, Pete, Art, and 

Doug, Crazy Day, singing with "Big John" and Mr. Kelley's jokes (?). 




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STEPHEN COOMBS 
VANNO 



Striving to find an interesting job. 
Extracurricular Activities: Working. 
Noted for his pleasant disposition. 
Interested in motorcycles. 
Objects to "smart" teachers. 
Remembers trying to save money. 



DOUGLAS CRAWFORD 
DOUG 

Striving to get through college with a Master's Degree. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 3, 4. 
Noted for being W.H.S.'s best waterboy. 

Interested in math, science, football, baseball, and basketball. 
Objects to the loudspeaker and dull English classes. 

Remembers Miss Murphy's tarantula, the great tennis match. Crazy Day, and Miss 
Murphy's first year at Wilmington High. 





LINDA ANN CROSSON 

LYNN 

Striving to win a certain bet. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cheerleading 3, 4; Math League 3, 4; Softball 2; Dance 

Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 
Noted for her funny laugh. 
Interested in skiing, music, and C. C. C. 
Objects to "fights" and people who don't like my laugh. 
Remembers Marshfield, party at D. D.'s, Lake Winnipesaukee, writing letters, and 

junior year. 






DONNA CUOCO 
DON 

Striving to never get old. 

Extracurricular Activities: French Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, Secretary 3; Dance Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Football Cheerleading 4. 

Noted for her cute laugh. 

Interested in my King! 

Objects to gossip that can hurt someone. 

Remembers our road, my broken bum, 10-25-64, the summer of '65, the fun with 
Karen, last year's seniors, my talks with J. C, and all the fun in W.H.S. 



FAY DeAVIGNON 

FAYSIE 

Striving to become an architectural engineer. 

Extracurricular Activities: Class President 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play; Student 
Council 4, Secretary 4; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; Advertising Committee 4; French Club 2; Drama Club 4. 

Noted for her leadership and tremendous effort for the success of our class. 

Interested in dancing, reading, folk music, cars, and stock car racing. 

Objects to cliques, sarcastic people, classmates who just wouldn't co-operate, and 

gym- 
Remembers being the only girl in drafting class for four years, my F. N., becoming 
first attendant to the queen at the Prom, the excitement when I became class 
president, opening night of the J.V.S., being the maid in the Senior Class Play, 
and physics lab with Mr. Coffin. 





JEAN DELANEY 

JEANNE 

Striving to be Mrs. Southmayd. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; 

Yearbook Staff. 
Noted for her great ambition. 
Interested in Tommy and cooking. 

Objects to itchy sweaters, the cafeteria menu, and the rush to lunch. 
Remembers February 1965 and Room 206. 





DOLORES DeLISLE 
D. D. 

Striving to always be healthy and happy and to never grow old. 

Extracurricular Activities: Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance 

Committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Basketball Cheerleader 1, 2; Football 

Cheerleader 3, Captain 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Business Club 4. 
Noted for her friendly smile. 
Interested in a certain boy at Colby. 
Objects to pseudo-sophisticated people, people who never smile, people who spread 

rumors, H. R. 203, and cafe lunches. 
Remembers October 7, 1963, my P. J. party. Hopper's house, O. P., "our road," the 

clique. Junior Week, E.T.B.M., a swell guy, and four years of fun. 



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DAVID ROCCO DeLUCIA 

DAVE 

Stri\-ing to make a million and to own a new Cadillac. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: Football 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Boxing Tour- 
naments 1, 2. 

Noted for his muscles. 

Interested in collecting $100 bills, taking boxing lessons, robbing banks, playing 
marbles, and sleeping. 

Objects to homework, summer schools, teachers who look like students, crazy rules, 
and teachers who don't practice what they preach. 

Remembers the summer of '65, Father Knick, the Plaza, parties, card games. Kings, 
and all the things I forgot. 





SHIRLEY ANN D'ERRICO 
SHELLY 

Stri\ing to leave Wilmington and to get a scooter. 

Extracurricular Activites: None. 

Noted for her long hair. 

Interested in parties, records, driving, going to E. B., and clothes. 

Objects to conceited boys, school rules, and Zip. 

Remembers the boys in E. B., and visiting Joanne and Jimmy. 




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MICHAEL DEVLIN 
MIKE 




Striving to be a construction worker. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his ambitious nature. 
Interested in seeing the U.S.A. 
Objects to rules on smoking. 
Remembers his friends. 




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MAUREEN DUGGAN 

Striving to become a successful secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her beauty mark. 

Interested in eating, sleeping, smoking, and weekends. 

Objects to people who think they are better than others. 

Remembers being the attendant at the Junior Prom, and April 5, 1964. 







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ROBERT DUROST 
DEWEY 



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Striving to go to college. 

Extracurricular Activities: Work Study. 

Noted for his car. 

Interested in Nancy. 

Objects to teachers who pick on me. 

Remembers the first time I got bounced. 



RICHARD DUSSAULT 
DICKIE 

Striving to get a job testing mattresses. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Hockey 4; 

Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for waking up "in medias res." 
Interested in sleeping and sports. 
Objects to homework, back-seat drivers, homeroom 203, drafting, two-faced people 

and constant rushing in the corridors. 
Remembers those blissful football games, J. R., Buzzell School, Middleton, Rex, 

Hockey Game, last year's seniors, English 403, and the ordeal of pegged pants. 






ARTHUR W. DYER 

ARTIE 

Striving to become a successful research scientist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Interact 1, 2, 3, 4; Math 

League 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4. 
Noted for the way he wiggles his ears and for being a "bon Dyer." 
Interested in baseball, electric guitar, and astronomy. 
Objects to hairy anachnids. 
Remembers Mr. Kelley, W. H. S., the great tennis match, 9/26/65, Doug, Pete, 

and Don. 




ROBERT EDDY 
BOB 

Stri\ing to reach my goal. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4. 

Noted for playing hockey. 

Interested in sports, cars, and money. 

Objects to Mr. Kelley's tests. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's tests and the bomb scares. 



KAREN M. ERHARD 
RED 

Striving to become an executive secretary and own a Corvette Sting Ray. 
Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 

Prom Committees 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Business Club 3; Junior Variety Show 3; 

Yearbook 4. 
Noted for her red hair. 

Interested in Jackie, parties, hockey games, Supremes, and The Kingsmen. 
Objects to two-faced people, cafe lunches, people who think they are superior to 

others, H.R. 203, and gym classes. 
Remembers Cape Cod beach party, last party at Middleton, hockey games, the 

Junior Prom of '64, J.G.'s problems, the class of '65, and D.F.'s pajama party. 





TANA ANN FAIRFIELD 

Striving to be successful in whatever I do and to travel through Europe. 
Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3; Pep 

Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; French Club 

2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Math League 2; Dance Committee; Junior Variety Show; 

Yearbook; Senior Play Prompter; Drama Club 4. 
Noted for being attractive, friendly, and always busy. 
Interested in Frank, cooking, sewing, reading, listening to The Kingston Trio, and 

Johnny Mathis. 
Objects to gym and those "foggy" girls' rooms. 
Remembers Chelmsford, the night at "Skips," track meets, Mr. Kelley, Lowell 

Suburban Basketball Champions, Student Council, and all those things Dale and 

I have gotten away with. 



ROBERT FALWELL 
BOB 

Striving to be a playboy. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his blond hair. 

Interested in wild women, money and stones. 

Objects to substitute teachers and homework on week-ends. 

Remembers Mr. Duff's Geometry class. 




DONNA MARIA FANTASIA 

PETITE 

Striving to be a legal secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for talking. 

Interested in Rick, football, cooking, and sewing. 
Objects to people who say I talk too much. 

Remembers driving to Rick's games, driving R. P. crazy, the Proms I attended with 
Rick, Essex Aggie, and my shorthand classes. 





NANCY ANN FARRELL 
NANCY 

Striving to become a medical technologist and then settle down. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Softball 2; 
Girls' State; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Treasurer; Dance Committee 4; Band 1, 2. 

Noted for being versatile and friendly. 

Interested in sports, sewing. 

Objects to irresponsible people. 

Remembers girls' champion basketball team, learning the expert methods of passing 
notes to Vicki, and "Baseball Today." 



SANDRA FAULKNER 

SANDY 

Striving to enjoy life and do well in my chosen field. 

Extracurricular Activities: Ring Committee 3; Special Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Noted for her friendly personality. 

Interested in playing the piano, seeing the latest movies, sports, and listening to 

records. 
Objects to slippery corridors, taking gym showers, cold classrooms, and wise guys. 
Remembers fun at proms and football games, falling down the stairs at third lunch, 

and never having to stay after school for discipline. 





MARTHA FISH 

MARTY 

Striving to become a nurse. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Tennis 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Festi- 
val 2. 
Noted for her short hair. 

Interested in Maine, bowling, and sewing. f: 

Objects to cafe lunches and going outside for gym at 20° below zero. 
Remembers Kathy and Frank, Betty, Maine, and Charlotte and Willie. 




ROBERT EDDY 
BOB 

Striving to reach my goal. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4. 

Noted for playing hockey. 

Interested in sports, cars, and money. 

Objects to Mr. Kelley's tests. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's tests and the bomb scares. 



KAREN M. ERHARD 
RED 

Striving to become an executive secretary and own a Corvette Sting Ray. 
Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 

Prom Committees 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Business Club 3; Junior Variety Show 3; 

Yearbook 4. 
Noted for her red hair. 

Interested in Jackie, parties, hockey games, Supremes, and The Kingsmen. 
Objects to two-faced people, cafe lunches, people who think they are superior to 

others, H.R. 203, and gym classes. 
Remembers Cape Cod beach party, last party at Middleton, hockey games, the 

Junior Prom of '64, J.G.'s problems, the class of '65, and D.F.'s pajama party. 




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TANA ANN FAIRFIELD 

Striving to be successful in whatever I do and to travel through Europe. 
Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3; Pep 

Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; French Club 

2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Math League 2; Dance Committee; Junior Variety Show; 

Yearbook; Senior Play Prompter; Drama Club 4. 
Noted for being attractive, friendly, and always busy. 
Interested in Frank, cooking, sewing, reading, listening to The Kingston Trio, and 

Johnny Mathis. 
Objects to gym and those "foggy" girls' rooms. 
Remembers Chelmsford, the night at "Skips," track meets, Mr. Kelley, Lowell 

Suburban Basketball Champions, Student Council, and all those things Dale and 

I have gotten away with. 




ROBERT FALWELL 

BOB 

Striving to be a playboy. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his blond hair. 

Interested in wild women, money and stones. 

Objects to substitute teachers and homework on week-ends. 

Remembers Mr. Duff's Geometry class. 




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DONNA MARIA FANTASIA 
PETITE 

Striving to be a legal secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for talking. 

Interested in Rick, football, cooking, and sewing. 
Objects to people who say I talk too much. 

Remembers driving to Rick's games, driving R. P. crazy, the Proms I attended with 
Rick, Essex Aggie, and my shorthand classes. 





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NANCY ANN FARRELL 

NANCY 

Striving to become a medical technologist and then settle down. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Softball 2; 
Girls' State; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Senior Class Treasurer; Dance Committee 4; Band 1, 2. 

Noted for being versatile and friendly. 

Interested in sports, sewing. 

Objects to irresponsible people. 

Remembers girls' champion basketball team, learning the expert methods of passing 
notes to Vicki, and "Baseball Today." 



SANDRA FAULKNER 
SANDY 

Striving to enjoy life and do well in my chosen field. 

Extracurricular Activities: Ring Committee 3; Special Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Noted for her friendly personality. 

Interested in playing the piano, seeing the latest movies, sports, and listening to 

records. 
Objects to slippery corridors, taking gym showers, cold classrooms, and wise guys. 
Remembers fun at proms and football games, falling down the stairs at third lunch, 

and never having to stay after school for discipline. 





MARTHA FISH 

MARTY 

Striving to become a nurse. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Tennis 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Festi- 
val 2. 
Noted for her short hair. 
Interested in Maine, bowling, and sewing. 

Objects to cafe lunches and going outside for gym at 20° below zero. 
Remembers Kathy and Frank, Betty, Maine, and Charlotte and Willie. 



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ANNA FLYNN 

ANNIE 

Striving to be a teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committee. 
Noted for her driving. 

Interested in skiing, swimming, surfing, horseback riding, and C.Y.O. 
Objects to boys with short hair and bossy people. 

Remembers J.B.'s big problem. Junior Week, Latin-American History class. Meat 
Room Talk. 



VICTORIA FOGG 

VICKI 

Striving to be a teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Field Hockey 1; Prom Committee 3, 4; Junior Variety 
Show; Pep Club 1; Yearbook 4; Basketball Cheerleading 1, 2; Football Cheer- 
leading 3, 4. 

Noted for her pretty eyes and hair. 

Interested in dancing, piano, football, and archery. 

Objects to people who crack their knuckles. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's class, M. & M., cheerleading, notes to Nancy, "Baseball 
Today," Dolores' P.J. party, and summer of '65. 





STANLEY FRANKEL 

STAN 

Striving to live on the West Coast and to be a successful businessman. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his artistic ability. 

Interested in cars, cards, money, and girls. 

Objects to gym class and girls who think they are great. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley, Mike, Mr. Day's English class, and myself in the boys' room. 




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LINDA RUTH FULLER 
LINNA 

Striving to become a successful secretary and to go to New York with L.G. and 

C.P. after graduation. 
Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Softball 2, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for her popularity. 
Interested in bowling, football, and boys. 
Objects to people who let school activities go to their heads, people who think they 

are better than everyone else, and a certain person who enjoys switching radio 

stations. 
Remembers the summer of '64, N.J., Friday nights with the girls, a particular P.J. 

party, and the fun with Clara. 




JOHN GAGNON. 

JACKY 



Striving to leave school fast. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his Corvair. 
Interested in Maureen. 
Objects to math class. 
Remembers Maureen. 






EDWARD GALLAGHER 
ED 

Striving to do something right. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country 2; Class President 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Prom 

Committees 3, 4; Cheerleaders 2. 
Noted for his red hair and freckles. 
Interested in skiing, skindiving, and CYO. 
Objects to the great variety of our class. 
Remembers the Sophomore Beach Party, Junior Prom, Brant Rock, Carol, Starr, 

and Dave. 



LINDA GALLAGHER 
L7NDA 

Striving to be a success and to go to New York after graduation wdth L.F. and C.P. 
Extracurricular Activities: Softball 4; Prom Committee 4. 
Noted for her embarrassing moments. 

Interested in bowling, horses, boys, and changing stations on the radio. 
Objects to Volkswagens and finding hair in food. 

Remembers trying to forget a certain P.J. party, Friday nights in a white Falcon, 
R.R., and McDonald's. 





LEONARD GALVIN 

Striving to make out my own report card and put down days absent. 
Extracurricular Activities: Boxing 1; Hockey 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Intramural 

Basketball 1, 2. 
Noted for playing hockey. 
Interested in Linda, hockey, and skiing. 
Objects to a certain teacher. 
Remembers the Stoneham girls, the live-day vacation in my Junior year, the Plaza, 

parties at the flowers, and Uncle Vinnie. 




JUDITH GARDINER 

JUDY 

Striving to finish college, to be successful, and eventually to get married. 
Extracurricular Activities: Intramural Basketball 1; Chorus 1; Alpha Staff 3; Junior 

Variety Show 3; Latin Club 3; Dance Committee 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. 
Nou^d for her column in the Alpha. 

Interested in reading, studying, talking with Barbara, driving, and biology. 
Objects to being run over by the little kids, crowded lunches, babysitting, snobs, 

and the courses offered. 
Remembers Mr. Kelley's classes, cutting class Wednesday 4th, getting away with 

murder in journalism, running errands with Barbara, Mr. McMahon's summer 

sessions, and everything and everyone in general. 



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RALPH GARLAND 

DUKE 

Striving to surf and go to college out west. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for his ability with a basketball. 

Interested in basketball, baseball, and waterskiing. 

Objects to having to sit in classrooms on hot days and getting caught skipping 
school. 

Remembers trying to find the Pancake House following the Junior Prom at 4:30 a.m. 





BARBARA GENNETTI 
BARB 

Striving to become a medical secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Chairman Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Yearbook Staff; Junior Variety Show; Pep Club 1. 
Noted for her contributions to the Junior Prom. 
Interested in football and hockey games and T. F. 
Objects to a certain senior and the nickname he gave me. 
Remembers the Bike Hike, Junior Prom, Junior Variety Show, and D.M. 



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ROBERT A. GIVEN, JR. 
BOB 

Striving to be a good boy and build a fast car. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his Friday night activities. 

Interested in skiing, hunting, cars, and a certain girl. 

Objects to people who talk about other people and things they know nothing about, 

and having hockey players in Problems. 
Remembers a very excitable teacher with a fabulous sense of humor, my homeroom 

teacher, Friendlies, the traveling card game, Lenny winning at cards, my gym 

teacher and the parties at Kathy's. 




MARY STELLA GODFREY 
ELLI 

Striving to succeed in anything I attempt. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for being quiet. 

Interested in skating, dancing, and horseback riding. 

Objects to people who think they are better than others. 

Remembers the Bike Hike, my classes and teachers, and Junior Week. 








BEVERLY GOSS 

SQUEEKY 

Striving to become a business teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Business Club 3, 4. 

Noted for her many cars. 

Interested in piano, organ, horseback riding, and traveling. 

Objects to writing poems for English. 

Remembers science films and first aid class. 



ALAIN GRUBER 
AL 

Striving to be a millionaire and get out of school. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 

Noted for his unusual ambition. 

Interested in sports. 

Objects to Mr. Kelley's tests. 

Remembers the bomb scares and lunch. 





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CARL GUARINO 

RAM 

Striving to enter the service and become a medic or mortician. 

Extracurricular Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. 

Noted for his unusual ambition. 

Interested in sports, girls, medicine, and art. 

Objects to people who tell Italian jokes. 

Remembers lunch, lab, and Latin. 




JOYCELEEN GUNN 

JOYCE 

Striving to get a job. 

Extracurricular Activities: Wilmington Rainbow Girls. 

Noted for her friendliness. 

Interested in reading, sewing, cooking. 

Objects to giving speeches in front of class. 

Remembers Mr. Shea's history class and Mrs. Lowry's home economics class. 



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CHARLOTTE ANN GUTHRIE 
CHARLIE NAG 

Striving to become a business teacher at W.H.S. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for her composure. 

Interested in sewing, reading, and roller skating. 
Objects to people who make pests out of themselves. 

Remembers the fun we had in Miss Blanchard's and Miss Dellacasa's classes, and 
giving Mr. Eagar an ulcer in Driver Ed. 





JOHN HAILS 

Striving to be a commercial artist. 
Extracurricular Activities: Football Manager. 
Noted for his dry humor. 
Interested in sports. 
Objects to physics tests. 
Remembers his home in Pittsburgh. 



AUDREY MARY HAMMOND 

CRASH 

Striving to drive one mile without hitting anything. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committees 3, 4. 
Noted for her driving ability. 

Interested in Rockport, surfing, sewing, and driving. 
Objects to picket fences and tombstones that get in my car's way. 
Remembers S.P.S., summer in Rockport, 1965 letters to Linda, numerous dented 
poles, walls, and people, and the proms of '64 and '65. 




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FRANCIS HANCOCK 

HANKY 

Striving to live, drink, and get rich. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Dance Committee 2. 

Noted for his physique. 

Interested in football. 

Objects to people who think they know everything. 

Remembers football with John Ritchie and boys. 





BARRY HANSON 

Striving to pass Physics and Algebra II. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Football 1, 2. 

Noted for being a good baseball player. 

Interested in sports and cars. 

Objects to Mr. Kelley's jokes and talking Latin. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's Algebra II Class, Mac and I in Mr. Eagar's class. 



JOHN HARRINGTON 
HOP 

Striving to get a good education and then travel through the United States and 

Europe. 
Extracurricular Activities: Band 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2; 

Dance Committee 2, 4; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for his place in Marshfield. 
Interested in basketball and skiing. 
Objects to phony people. 
Remembers number 77, Megie's driving, running to lunch, forgetting to give Paul 

his comb in gym, and beans. 





LINDA HEIM 

LYNN 

Striving to be a nurse. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for being quiet. 

Interested in bowling, boys, and cooking. 

Objects to going to school and underclassmen. 

Remembers Mr. DeRosa's English class and Mr. Shea's history class 





NANCY HERSOM 

HERS 

Striving to be a beautician. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3; Basketball Cheerleading 3; Pep 

Club 1, 3; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for her weird nickname. 

Interested in the football games, eating, and sleeping. 
Objects to the clique and people who put on an act. 
Remembers being a cheerleader and Mr. Day's English class. 



MARJORIE HUDSON 
MARGIE 

Striving to become a teacher. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: Field Hocke>- 1; French Club 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 

4; Junior Variety' Show 3; Prom Committee 3, 4. 
Xoted for her participation in the Junior \'ariety Show. 
Interested in dancing and music. 

Objects to people who are ungrateful and critical of fa\'ors you do for them. 
Remembers Micky, Missy, Sheila, and my three geometr>' classes. 




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LINDA JACKSON 
LINDY 



Striving to get married. 
Extracurricular Acti\ities: None. 
Xoted for her Canadian accent. 
Interested in Jim, sewing, and reading. 
Objects to homework. 
Remembers running to lunch. 



MALVIN JACOBS 

MAL 

Striving to be a chemist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Homework. 

Noted for his penmanship and his philosophical remarks. 

Interested in science and history. 

Objects to water coolers that don't work. 

Remembers running to lunch. 




LINDA ANN JACOBSEN 

Striving to have 21% fewer cavities and to see without my glasses. 
Extracurricular Activities: Basketball Cheerleading 1, 2, 3; Football Cheerleading 

4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. 
Noted for her cheerleading. 
Interested in Snuffy Smith and sewing. 
Objects to standard shifts, broken eye glasses, difficult garbage buckets, W. C, and 

assigned reading. 
Remembers Dave's car that I borrowed, picnic at Bella Vista, letters from Audrey, 

the crummiest girl of all, and French conversations. 





BETTY JACOBUS 
BOD 

Striving to become a dental assistant. 

Extracurricular Activities: Prom Committee 3, 4. 

Noted for her work in the dental clinic. 

Interested in sewing, Wayne, basketball, and working at the drugstore. 

Objects to report cards and Mr. Day's jokes. 

Remembers Mr. DeRosa's English class and Senior Play tryouts. 



CARLA JAMISON 

DIMPLES 

Striving to be an executive secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Business Club; Prom Committee 4. 

Noted for her sarcasm. 

Interested in water skiing and swimming. 

Objects to surprise quizzes and oral reports. 

Remembers Mrs. Webber's funny stories. 





JAMES H. JILLETT 
JIMMY 

Striving to travel Route 66. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 2; Junior Variety 
Show; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 2. 

Noted for his love of hockey. 

Interested in girls, money, sports, and especially hockey. 

Objects to hot dogs at lunch and rats. 

Remembers hockey games, small cafe, running to lunch. Junior Variety Show, hang- 
ing signs at midnight, and food fights. 




MELANIE ANN JOHNSON 
MEL 

Stri\"ing to marry and ha\e ten children. 

Extracurricular Activities: Business Club 3, 4. 

Noted for her long hair. 

Interested in reading m>ster\- stories, eating fruit, and watching telex ision 

Objects to people who make fun of others. 

Remembers the Junior Prom, histor>-, and bookkeeping. 



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ELIZABETH L. JONES 

LIMMY 

Striving to be good and to make money. 

Extracurricular Activities: Art Club 4. 

Noted for always being late. 

Interested in horses, art, and reading. 

Objects to not being able to come in the front door in the morning. 

Remembers many stories. 





VIVIAN P. JOYCE 

V7V 

Striving to be a teacher. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. 
Noted for being quiet. 
Interested in dancing and music. 
Objects to the auditorium being too small. 

Remembers my guided tour by Mr. McMahon before I enrolled here, Mr. Kelley's 
math class, and Mrs. Horwitz's English class. 



SHARON LEE JUSTICE 
SHAR 

Striving to find a purpose for my ability. 

Extracurricular Activities: Student Council 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Junior Prom Committee; Yearbook Staff. 

Noted for getting her "Irish" up. 

Interested in basketball, swimming, and Ken. 

Objects to cold showers, long lunch lines, and J. 

Remembers Dec. 8, 1963, VV.H.S. Champs "64-65", History 303, English 302 and 
402, Junior Bike Hike, working with M.K., Sandy's shortcut, V.S., P.M., S.B., 
L.H., N.H. at M.Y.F. basketball, and our meetings in 101 and 224. 




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DIANE KANE 
KANDI 

Striving to become a good secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Club 3, President 4; Junior Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. 

Noted for being in that superb kick-line in the Junior Variety Show. 

Interested in dancing, listening to records, and going to football games. 

Objects to people who think they are better than anyone else, people who brag. 

Remembers Mr. Shiere's many faces in Bookkeeping I, Mr. DeRosa's Irish Tie, 
Junior Week, Junior Variety Show, Junior Bike Ride, and Mrs. Webber's lectures 
in class. 





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PETER KEEN 

PETE 

Striving to go to college. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Hockey 

3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Dance Committee. 
Noted for his shoulder. 
Interested in "My Queen" and sports. 
Objects to those who would intentionally hurt others. 
Remembers Megy's driving, Jack's house, football practices, and arm tackling. 



FRANCiS JEROME KENDALL 

FRANK 



Striving to graduate. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his long black hair. 
Interested in reading. 
Objects to no smoking. 
Remembers nothing. 




KATHLEEN KENNEY 

KATHY 

Striving to reach whatever goals I set and succeed. 

Extracurricular Activities: Prom Committee 3, 4; Tennis 3; Dance Committee 2, 

3,4. 
Noted for her friendliness. 
Interested in sewing and F. I. 
Objects to homerooms and cold classrooms. 
Remembers four pleasant years of high school. 




MARY T. KEOUGH 

Striving to see the yearbook finally finished. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Math League 1, 3; French Club 3; Alpha 

Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Prom Committee 3; Science 

Quiz on WHDH 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Drama Club 4. 
Noted for her many hours of work for our class. 
Interested in music, reading, poetry, gardening and "Les Oiseaux." 
Objects to people who can't be honest with themselves and Brave New World. 
Remembers our countless class advisors, trying to understand math, the hilarious 

French plays, and our discussions about the perfect society. 



JOSEPH KLIMARCHUK 

ACE 

Striving to get a good job in the future. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country 2, 3; Chess Club 3, 4. 

Noted for his English Leather. 

Interested in sports, shooting, musical groups, clubs, and sky diving. 

Objects to the surprise tests and quizzes in school. 

Remembers our great discussions in Mr. Day's class, the wonderful lunches, the 

fast, but never on time, firedrills, our wonderful gym periods, and Mr. Dicey's 

class. 






JANE KROLL 

JANIE 

Striving to be a secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 

Noted for her athletic ability. 

Interested in painting and Tommy. 

Objects to school buses, homerooms and 1,000 miles. 

Remembers the girls' basketball team of '65-'66. 



GERARD J. LAWRENCE 
GERRY 

Striving to be happy and to make a success of my life. 

Extracurricular Activities: Senior Play; Junior Variety Show; Soccer Team 4. 

Noted for being the football hero in the class play. 

Interested in bowling, fishing, and people. 

Objects to people who think they are better than someone else and people who 

spell "Gerry" with a J. 
Remembers meat-room talk and Miss Murphy's current events. 





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ELAINE LEO - 

Striving to be a good secretary. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4, 

Secretary 4; Junior Variety Show; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Yearbook. 
Noted for being friendly. 

Interested in football games, dances, and finding a good secretarial job. 
Objects to snobs, school lunches, and gym. 
Remembers Junior Week, the Bike Hike, Mr. Shiere's bookkeeping classes, Mr. 

DeRosa, Mrs. DiGiacomo's clerical classes, Mrs. Webber's lectures, homeroom 

113, and the wonderful kids I knew at W.H.S. 









DEBORAH LEE LESTER 
DEBBY 

Striving to become a teacher and to grow a few more inches. 

Extracurricular Activities: Drama Club 3; Field Hockey 1; Softball 2; Latin Club 1. 

Noted for her love of horses. 

Interested in horses, science and Bobby. 

Objects to Cuban heels. 

Remembers Mr. Shea, my adopted twin sister Linda, and long walks in the hall. 



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PAUL LEVERONE 

Striving to be a teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; 

Junior Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. 
Noted for his wit and his white Ford. 

Interested in baseball, basketball, skiing, or anything else that happens along. 
Objects to gym classes outside at 40° below zero. 
Remembers the bike trip and hanging Junior Variety Show signs at midnight. 





BARBARA LINDMARK 

BARB 

Striving to prove to everyone, especially Judy, that I can keep quiet. 

Extracurricular Activities: Latin Club 3, President 3; Alpha Staff 1, Associate 
Editor of Alpha 3; Junior Variety Show; Class-secretary 1. 

Noted for talking a lot. 

Interested in watching the Red Sox, talking to J.G. on the telephone, and going to 
MacDonald"s. 

Objects to people who don't answer when you say "hello", and math classes. 

Remembers being locked in W.H.S. and having to find the way out with a pen- 
light, Wednesday 4th in my sophomore year, chemistry class, trig class, R.D., 
the end of my Junior year when I had three studies a day, the day our test tube 
melted in chemistry, homeroom with Mr. Fardy, the things J.G. and I got away 
with, and the day "A.R." dropped her pudding on the table. 





PAULA MacDONALD 
MACKEY 

Striving to acquire a good education and to travel. 

Extracurricular Activities: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Softball 1, 2, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3. 
Noted for her success in both sports and scholarship. 
Interested in reading, painting, cooking, and singing. 
Objects to yellow machines full of gentlemen. 
Remembers Mr. Kelley's class and reading with C.B. 



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DANIEL T. MacINNIS 
TOMMY 

Striving to be an inhalation therapist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Track 3, 4; Senior Class Play. 
Noted for selling programs at the football games. 
Interested in sports, swimming, driving, hunting, and reading. 
Objects to girls that are too forward and rats. 

Remembers good times we had skipping school, sleeping in class, the good times 
we had at bomb scares, and the Marvin Gays in Harvard Square. 





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ELIZABETH MacKENZIE 
BEDD 

Striving to go to California. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her leather jacket. 

Interested in boys, cars, and money. 

Objects to cliques and people who start rumors. 

Remembers sneaking a smoke between classes, and Mr. Shiere's class. 



NANCY MAGLIO 
MAGGIE 

Striving to do whatever God chooses me to do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Dance Committee 2, 

3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for her laugh. 
Interested in bowling and shopping. 

Objects to phonies and the people who try out and are chosen for all the activities. 
Remembers the one week of practice we had before the Junior Variety Show, the 

Bike Hike, and May 4, 1963. 




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PETER E. MALATESTA 

PETE 

Striving to receive a Master's Degree in biology. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Math League 3, 4; Senior Play. 
Noted for sleeping in Problems. 

Interested in hockey, baseball, accordion, and dnims. 

Objects to English teachers, and people who think football is all-important. 
Remembers Mr. Kelley's statues. The Great Tennis Match (9-26-65), Art, Don, and 

Doug. 





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CHARLES MALMSTEN 

CHUCK 

Striving to be an engineer. 

Extracurricular Activities: Taking it easy. 

Noted for his Lincoln. 

Interested in cars, engines, eating, and sleeping. 

Objects to homerooms and staying after school. 

Remembers four lousy years of school. 



ALBERT MARFLEET 

AL 

Striving to travel and to see the world. 
Extracurricular Activities: Resting. 
Noted for his speed in Type. 

Interested in eating, dating, and meeting different girls at DeMoulas. 
Objects to waiting for the lunch bell, after school hours, and girls with long hair. 
Remembers my eight studies a week, sleeping during class, going outside for gym 
in November, and cheeseburgers for lunch. 





ELLEN MARR 

EL 

Striving to settle down, marry Bill, and live a long, wonderful life together. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Business Club 3, Vice-President 4. 

Noted for her many friends. 

Interested in collecting records, dancing, listening to all the latest gossip, and Bill. 

Objects to waiting for Saturday night to come and running to the girls' room at 
lunch only to find a teacher there. 

Remembers bringing all my problems to Nancy, Mr. DeRosa's English class with 
R.C. and L.M., bringing the newspaper to Mr. Day while delivering bulletins 
with Bev, and having Bill's car break down while driving it to summer school. 



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DANIEL MARTINI 
THE FERRET 

Striving to be successful in life. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his comments. 

Interested in nice clothes and music. 

Objects to the certain kids that are always picked for all the activities. 

Remembers Mr. Shiere's classes and the Junior Prom. 




JOSEPH MASSE 

JOE HAWK 

Striving to succeed. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Junior Variety Show; 

Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for his drive. 

Interested in football, basketball, and television. 
Objects to "duh," punks, and bigmouths. 
Remembers "Nada." 









PETER MAZZAPICA 
PETE 

Striving to graduate with my class. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his long hair. 
Interested in girls. 
Objects to homework. 

Remembers running to lunch, smoking in the basement, passing English in the 10th 
grade, and doing my homework. 



CAROL JEAN McCLURE 
TAHU 

Striving to teach Home Economics. 

Exlracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Dance Committee 

1, 2, 3; Ski Club 4, Secretary 3; Class Vice-President 1. 
Noted for her old Chevy and V.W. 

Interested in Eddie, skiing, sewing, horseback riding, and traveling. 
Objects to teachers in the girls' room, homework on weekends, and underclassmen 

that think they are great. 
Remembers the V.W., Starr waking me up at 8:00 a.m. on weekends, and all the 

great times with Eddie. 




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J. CURTIS McCOSCO 
CURUITIS THE GREEK, CLAVDE 

Striving to pawn my rawhide and tiki's and to buy two surfboards. 
Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 3; Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 3; Alpha 3. 
Noted for his poetry. 

Interested in sports, surfing, writing, and Bob Dylan albums. 
Objects to rats, Maltese crosses, A.B., and Marvin Gayes. 

Remembers the kid who picked me up at 12:30 p.m. on Rte. 93, Lavender lad, 
and Mr. Keady. 






KATHLEEN MARY McCUE 
KATHY 

Striving to work for IBM and then marry a wonderful guy. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Football Cheerleader 4; 

Majorette 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Chorus 1; Alpha 

Saleswoman 4. 
Noted for saying "anything" at any time. 

Interested in sleeping, shopping, records, sewing, swimming, and Lenny. 
Objects to homework, teachers, school, and all the two-faced kids in the school. 
Remembers never doing my homework, my 11th grade Algebra II mark, and all my 

years of cheering for the losing team. 



REGINA McINNIS 
BEAN or JEANNIE 

Striving to go to California. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her leather jacket. 

Interested in boys, cars, and money. 

Objects to boys who bleach their hair and cliques. 

Remembers sneaking a smoke in the girls' room and Mr. Shiere's class. 









BEVERLEY J. McLAIN 

BEVE 

Striving to graduate from college and to get some use out of my degree. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1; Class Treasurer 1; Finance Committee 1, 2, 
4; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Captain and Drum Majorette 4; Basketball Cheerleader 1, 
Co-Capt. 2, 3, Captain 4; Math League 1, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook 
Staff. 

Noted for her many activities and her pigtails. 

Interested in clothes, dancing, talking on the phone, playing football and crazy 
eights. 

Objects to Monday mornings, gym classes, homework, and people who don't have 
original objections. 

Remembers Groveton, the wild times at Hampton Beach, the Senior in my Sopho- 
more year, and getting my learner's permit in August and not getting Driver Ed. 
in September. 





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LILLIAN McLaughlin 

WILLIE 

Striving to be successful, to be happily married, to overcome my shyness, and to 

learn how to ski. 
Extracurricular Acti\ities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 2; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 

Prom Committees 3, 4. 
Noted for being a blonde basketball player. 
Interested in sports, sewing, listening to the radio, and talking on the telephone 

with B.B. 
Objects to people not hearing what I say the first time, and people telling me I 

should do an Ivory Soap commercial with my mother. 
Remembers week-ends in N.H. with Bev, Bev teaching me how to drive. Junior 

Prom, E.M., B.C., girls' basketball team winning the championship in 1965, and 

trying to be bright in Mr. DeRosa's English class. 



MARJORIE McLEAN 
MARGIE 

Striving to become a secretary. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: None. 

Noted for her cute laugh. 

Interested in Drum and Bugle Corps, dancing, parties, and laughing. 

Objects to being called Shortie. 

Remembers all the fun I had in my last year with Lin and Dor. 




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STEPHEN T. McNAMARA 
MACK 

Striving to further my education. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Chorus 

1,2. 
Noted for surfing. 

Interested in surfing, baseball, wine, and women. 
Objects to Monday mornings and Hodad's gremlins. 
Remembers Mr. Murphy, surfing, E.C., D.H., and Mrs. Horwitz. 



THOMAS McNAMARA 
TOM 

Striving to be a painter and to get married. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 3. 

Noted for singing in the chorus. 

Interested in football, baseball, basketball, cars, and girls. 

Objects to the cafeteria lunches. 

Remembers Mr. Hanson spilling blue ink all oxer me in metal class. 




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STELLA FERAR MICHELSON 
STARR 

Striving to be a hygienist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1; Basketball Cheerleader 2; Football Cheer- 
leader 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for her dignity. 

Interested in football, skiing, and people. 

Objects to not getting a straight answer, and brown shoes with black suits. 

Remembers other people's problems, tuna fish sandwiches, The Cape A Go Go, 
Carol's old Chevy, V.W., and "My true friends of 65." 





ALLEN MILLEY 
AL 

Striving to get ahead and to help people. 

Extracurricular Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band; Junior Prom Committee; 

Ski Club 3. 
Noted for his trumpet. 
Interested in skiing, music, and P.F. 
Objects to people who aren't human and math. 
Remembers Mr. Graceffa's pep talks, and marching through the cold, heat, rain, 

snow, sleet, hail, mud, and dust with the band. 



PATRICIA MILLS 
TRISH, TINK 

Striving to be successful and happy in whatever I do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for her witty remarks. 

Interested in riding, basketball, M.Y.F. and softball. 

Objects to cliques and people who think they are better than others. 

Remembers Sandy's shortcut, M.Y.F. basketball, and my friends. 





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CHARLES MOEGELIN 

CHUCK 

Striving to be successful in all I attempt. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 3; Track 1; Boxing 1; Math League 1, 3; 

Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for being popular. 

Interested in science, beans, and safe driving. 
Objects to people who complain about my driving. 
Remembers Hop's two points, Marshfield, and lunch. 



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KATHRYN MOORE 

PINKY 

Strhing to help someone in need, to be successful in whatever I do, and to win a 

horse someday. 
Extracurricular Activities: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Ring Committee; 

Dance Committee 2, 4; "Rose of the Danube;" Pep Club 2, 3; French Club 2; 

Junior Variety Show; Senior Prom Committee. 
Noted for her freckles. 
Interested in cooking and horses. 

Objects to people who think they're better than others. 
Remembers all the fun I had in summer of '65 with Miss Sharp and Mr. D. 



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DAVID KENDALL MORSE 

MOOSE 

Striving to li\e, love, laugh and get very- thin. 
Extracurricular Acti\ities: None. 
Noted for his midnight drag races. 
Interested in food, sleep, girls, new cars and money. 
Objects to Linda correcting my spelling and trying to understand B.M. 
Remembers summer school every year, getting caught smoking after school, and 
Linda borrowing my car. 





DOUGLAS MORTON 

MORT 

Striving to be a teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Soccer 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Senior Play. 

Noted for his scooter. 

Interested in skating, sciences, and skiing. 

Objects to gum under desks and work. 

Remembers \ibrant World Problems classes. 



JAMES NATOLI 
JIM NATILY 

Striving to go to college. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2; Track I, 2; Hockey 4; Prom Committee 4. 

Noted for his motorcycle. 

Interested in cars, weight lifting, pool playing, guitars, and girls. 

Objects to strictness in school and homework. 

Remembers pledging allegiance and doing exercises with 100 other juniors in shorts 
and sweatshirts in front of the building, then going to classes like that the whole 
day, just making the 8 o'clock bell every day of the year, and Mr. Kelley calling 
me "lightning." 




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ALAN NELSON 
AL 

Striving to be a professional artist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Noted for his artistic talent. 

Interested in skiing, football, guitars, and the Dave Clark 5. 

Objects to homework due the day you haven't got it done. 

Remembers lunch, studies, and five-minute breaks. 





DONNA M. NICHOLS 
DON 

Striving to be a successful commercial artist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Alpha Staff 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Prom Committee 3. 
Noted for her art ability. 
Interested in art, people, and cooking. 
Objects to people who gossip, and gym. 
Remembers going to the movies with L.H., M.S., K.C., and B.H., Ray, Steve, and 

Linda. 



GEORGE NORTON 

GEORGE 

Striving to find God's will and to do it. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country 2, 3; Junior Variety Show; Interact Club 

1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Noted for being able to play the guitar. 
Interested in hunting, fishing, and playing the guitar. 
Objects to Mr. Kelley's jokes, tests, and homework. 
Remembers Mr. Krey, Mr. Kelley, Junior Variety Show, and P.D. 





JOHN O'CONNELL 

JACKIE 

Striving to make a million before I am 25 and to buy a red Corvette. 

Extracurricular Activities: Baseball 1, 2; Football 1; Hockey 1, 2; Dance Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 

Noted for his part as a Kingsman in the Junior Variety Show. 

Interested in sports. 

Objects to people who skip school and J.R. 

Remembers tuna-fish sandwiches and Tab, "All Day and All of the Night," corn- 
stalks and pumpkins, D.D.'s brownies, and Junior Week. 




MICHAEL O'DAY 

MIKE 

Striving to be a teacher and enter U.S. Navy. 

Extracurricular Activities: Senior Class Play; Junior Variety Shovi^. 

Noted for his wild sense of humor. 

Interested in wine, women, and song in that order. 

Objects to physics, advanced math, and the stampede to the cafeteria. 

Remembers the hospitality of Wilmington High School students. 



VIRGINIA OSBERG 
GIN NY (RUSTY) 

Striving to be a successful wife and hairdresser. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Spring Festival; Business 

Club 3; Junior Variety Show Ticket Committee; Yearbook Staff. 
Noted for singing in the chorus. 
Interested in sewing, talking on the telephone, listening to records and radio, 

writing to S.M. 
Objects to people talking behind other people's backs. 
Remembers Mr. Day's English class, trying to get out of chorus practice, Kathy's 

house, and the summer of "1965." 





ALAN OUTRIDGE 
AL 

Striving to be a C.P.A. 

Extracurricular Activities: Alpha 2, 3; Business Club 3; Patron Committee of the 

Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for being so friendly and courteous. 
Interested in Barb. 

Objects to stubborn lockers and broken bubblers. 
Remembers Mr. McMahon's frustrations. 



RONALD E. PARK 

PARKY 

Striving to enter the Air Force. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his interest in sports. 

Interested in skiing, skating, baseball and dating Kathy. 

Objects to people who think they are better than others 

Remembers the fun in the shops and in Work Study. 







HARVEY PEARLSTEIN 

HARV 

Striving to be a carpenter and to graduate with the rest of the class. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his love of gum. 

Interested in math, English, industrial arts, girls, cars, and a future. 

Objects to homework, teachers who yell, staying after school, and sitting on gum 

put on chairs. 
Remembers algebra class, freezing outside during gym, burning rubber in front of 

the school, running to lunch, and chewing gum. 




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LINDA JEAN PETERS 

PETE 



Striving to live a long and happy life. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for her long, dark hair. 
Interested in swimming and Phil. 
Objects to homework. 
Remembers the girls' room during lunch. 



ARLENE PHILLIPS 
RINGO 

Striving to be a success in whatever I choose. 

Extracurricular Activities: Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Prom 

Committee 3; Chairman of Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for her crazy laugh. 

Interested in a certain 6' 4" Senior, football games, and hockey games. 
Objects to Monday mornings and being called Ringo. 
Remembers my Junior year, the Bike Hike, and all the fun I've had at W.H.S. 








LILLIAN ANN PIAZZOLA 

Striving to become a veterinarian. 

Extracurricular Activities: Class President 1, Vice-President 2; Basketball Cheer- 
leading 1, 2; Football Cheerleading 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 

Noted for her sophistication. 

Interested in collecting fire extinguishers, directing traffic, collecting signs, and 
riding on Engine I. 

Objects to malfunctioning blinking lights, waking up in the morning and realizing 
that everyone else has awakened also. 

Remembers Harrison's, Uncle Fred, Tufts, Southern C, and Tin Pyramids. 





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Stri\ing to graduate. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: None. 

Noted for her place in the girls" room. 

Interested in swimming, skiing, and skating. 

Objects to nois>- people and teachers \\ho ne\er make mistakes. 

Remembers all the kids in the girls' room and L.P. 




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LINDA POLITO 



Striving to become a nurse. 

Extracurricular Acti\"ities: None. 

Noted for her pleasant personalit>-. 

Interested in sports. 

Objects to homework. 

Remembers tlie fun I had in high school. 





IRA THOMAS POTE 
TOMMY 

Strixdng to be an oceanographer. 

Extracurricular Acti\ities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Football 2; Track 1; 

Junior Prom Committee. 
Noted for his blond hair. 
Interested in Marie and basketball. 

Objects to ha\ ing tlie same teacher for four years and feeding Marie. 
Remembers pla>'ing basketball for W.H.S. 




CLARA POWERS 

Striving to work as a secretary for a few years, to get married, and to go to New 

York with L.F. and L.G. after graduation. 
Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 4; 

Business Club 4, Treasurer. 
Noted for her cute figure. 

Interested in "Wayne," football games, bowling, and sewing. 
Objects to people who call me "Clarabell," two-faced people, those who think they 

are better than anyone else, and nosey people. 
Remembers trying to find a girls' room that isn't guarded by a teacher, my Junior 

year when a certain senior boy asked me to go to the Senior Prom, the simimer 

of '65, N.J., and all the fun with Linda. 




ELIZABETH RANBERG 
LIZ 



Striving to be a successful nurse. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for her sarcastic comments. 
Interested in tennis and Softball. 
Objects to D. P. 
Remembers Mr. Sullivan's chemistry class. 






PAUL REITCHEL 

?AUL 

Striving to go to college. 

Extracurricular Activities: Ski Club 3. 

Noted for his quietness. 

Interested in three B's, skiing, and hunting. 

Objects to 109, gym, and school. 

Remembers the smoke screen in the basement and delicious lunches. 



CARLENE RICCELLI 

Striving to regain a lost identity. 

Extracurricular Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Field Hockey 3; Softball 4; 
Rose of the Danube 1; Science Fair 3; Junior Variety Show; Junior Ring Com- 
mittee. 

Noted for her quick wit and long stories. 

Interested in music, squandering money, and writing letters to total strangers. 

Objects to egocentrics and misogynists. 

Remembers M.Y.F. Rolling Ridge, Eurolania, John K., Don, Groveton, band re- 
hearsals, and a certain graduate. 






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Striving to graduate. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for his car. 

Interested in girls. 

Objects to physical education. 

Remembers the night at Waltham. 




PAULETTE SAVIGNAC 

Striving to be a doctor and to have a useful purpose in life. 

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Softball 2; Yearbook Staff 

4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Project Head Start 3. 
Noted for her excessive gabbing. 
Interested in folk music and CYO. 
Objects to our junior English class. 
Remembers sweating over a hot physics problem, Mr. McLain's German class, and 

potato chips. 



VIRGINIA C. SCHENA 
GINNY 

Striving to be a success in whatever I do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Field Hockey 3; Basketball 3, 4; Junior Variety Show 
Ticket Committee; Business Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 4; Softball 4; Year- 
book Staff. 

Noted for being the girl from Tewksbury. 

Interested in water skiing and basketball. 

Objects to those "foggy" girls' rooms, cafe food, and Wednesdays. 

Remembers friends I have made in only two years at W.H.S., girls' basketball team 

winning the championship in '64-'65, Friday nights with S.J., P.M., C.B., S.B., 
Sandy's shortcut, and Mrs. Webber's stories. 





RICHARD SHURTLEFF 
DICK 

Striving to be a wealthy mathematician. 

Extracurricular Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Cross Country Track 2, 3, 

4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 1, 2, 3, 4; Interact Club 2, 3, 4. 
Noted for arguing with Mr. Kelley. 
Interested in history, math, and running. 
Objects to the basic principles of mathematics. 
Remembers Romeo and Juliet, and the height of the flagpole. 



MARY LOUISE SILVA 
MARY LOU 

Striving to get along with P.D., to become a practical nurse, and a good wife and 

mother of twins. 
Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spring Festi\al; Dance 

Committee 2, 4; Yearbook Staff; Intramural Basketball. 
Noted for her enthusiasm. 

Interested in dancing, sewing, boys, talking on the telephone, and boating. 
Objects to being called "Mary," boys who are always late, and two-faced people. 
Remembers all my teachers, Mr. Day's English class, the great Junior Week and 

Variety Show, Junior Prom with P.D., my dri\ing lessons, and football games. 




MARION RIDLEY 
MARION 



Striving to teach elementary French. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for her vibrant personality. 
Interested in people. 
Objects to getting up to go to school. 
Remembers the fun and routine of school. 





LEON ROUECHE 

LEE 

Striving to spend a summer surfing and to make money playing in a band. 

Extracurricular Activities: Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for passing Algebra II. 

Interested in surfing, sports, girls, popular music, dances, and clothes. 

Objects to homework. 

Remembers Mr. Kelley's attacks on the loud speaker, Mr. Kelley's march on Miss 

Murphy's history class while she was playing Dixie, and Miss Hurly's attacks on 

students. 



FRANCES RUGGIERO 

FRAN 

Striving to be a success in whatever I do. 

Extracurricular Activities: Senior Class Play; Junior Variety Show; Selling Football 
Programs; Yearbook; Prom Committee 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. 

Noted for her talented toes. 

Interested in dancing, business subjects, and R.P. 

Objects to cliques, and people with their noses up in the air. 

Remembers Mr. Shea's history class, Mr. Day's English class, working at Sunny- 
hurst, and Mrs. Webber. 







RAYMOND SAMPSON 

Striving to become an aerodynamic engineer. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4. 

Noted for his paper airplanes. 

Interested in sports. 

Objects to gym class. 

Remembers long lines in the lunch room and the lunches, which I try hard to forget. 



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BARBARA SILVERMAN 
BARB, BOBBI 

Striving for a life of meaning and fulfillment in a search for truth. 
Extracurricular Activities: "The Conspirators" 1; Chorus 1, 2; Alpha 1, 2; Tennis 

2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 

2, 3; Drama Club 3; Junior Variety Shov/; Senior Play. 
Noted for her high ideals. 
Interested in flute. Rainbow Girls, reading-Psych., Religious Philos., Jel Chair 

U.S.Y. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, President 4, Regional Chairman 4, and Chairman 

President's Council 4. 
Objects to North Wilmington Pharmacy, chemistry, narrow-mindedness, and 

materialism. 
Remembers "Whosie," English 302 and 402, French conversations, feeling com- 
pletely inadequate, and all the many people and experiences that have thus far 

helped to mold my life. 



KENNETH SLMARD 
KENNY 

Striving to graduate from college and to get a good job. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Track 1, 3. 

Noted for having flat feet. 

Interested in science and skindi\ing. 

Objects to English literature. 

Remembers J.V. football games. 





ARLEEN FRANCES SITEMAN 

STITTY 

Striving to become an elementary school teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Yearbook 4; Pep Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3. 

Noted for her peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. 

Interested in reading, cooking, sewing, and Rainbow Girls. 

Objects to people who don't fill in yearbook information sheets. 

Remembers those crowded corridors and the warm and friendly atmosphere of 
W.H.S. 



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Striving to be a wealthy dentist. 

Extracurricular Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Math League 2; French Club 2; Art 

Club 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior Class Play. 
Noted for his proper English. 

Interested in painting, playing records, and embarrassing people. 
Objects to people who criticize others for the very faults which are so prominent 

in themselves. 
Remembers Groveton, English 302, those Sunday drives in J.B.'s rattletrap, and the 

Prudential Life Insurance Company of America. 




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Stri\'ing for equilibrium. 
Extracurricular Activities: 
French Club 3; Math L 
Noted for his ideal society. 
Interested in Carlene and art. 
Objects to the principles of mathematics. 
Remembers the long cold winter, Sandy, being married, and September 6 




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DEBBIE, SMITTY 



3; Dance Committee 1, 3; Gymnastics. 



Striving to become a teacher. 

Extracurricular Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 

Noted for looking like an underclassman. 

Interested in swimming, hiking, riding, surfing, gv'mnastics, and M.Y.F. 

Objects to bossy people, and people who don't like dances. 

Remembers meat room talk, Mr. Kelley's math class, and Junior Week. 



MARY LOUISE SOLAS 
MARY 



Striving to teach in Arizona. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her unusual ambition. 

Interested in traveling and going to the ocean. 

Objects to being allowed only two minutes in the girls' room at lunch, the sopho- 
mores in my Biology 205 class, and studies in 218. 

Remembers Mrs. Webber's tales, Saturday night movies with Kathy, Donna, and 
Gayle, and going to MacDonald's Fridays after school. 





JAMES DENNIS SOUSA 

JIMMY 

Stri\ing to become a rich bachelor or marrv- a rich widow. 

Extracurricular Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, Captain 4. 

Noted for being captain of the Cross Country Team. 

Interested in all sports, most girls, some books, and no work. 

Objects to easy algebra tests and tall girls. 

Remembers Saturday nights and Sunday mornings, and hard algebra tests. 




JEANNE STONE 
JENNY 

Striving to become an I.B.M. operator. 

Extracurricular Activities: None. 

Noted for her easygoing personality. 

Interested in reading and painting. 

Objects to the P.A. System, long lunch lines, and the teacher in the girls' room. 

Remembers football games, gum patrol, class meetings, and Junior Variety Show. 



JOHN SULLIVAN 
JACK 

Striving to sing. 

Extracurricular Activities: Cross Country 1, 2; Soccer 3, 4; Baseball 2; Junior 

Variety Show. 
Noted for his singing. 
Interested in sports, girls, and guitars. 
Objects to Monday through Friday. 
Remembers those rides with Mike O'Day. 





KEVIN SULLIVAN 

SULLY 

Striving to get out of school and to join the service. 

Extracurricular Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Prom Committee 4. 

Noted for his freckles. 

Interested in hockey, girls, and cars. 

Objects to noodles at lunch and people who think they are great. 

Remembers freezing at gym and running to lunch. 



PATRICIA TATE 

PAT 

Striving to be a good wife and mother. 

Extracurricular Activities: Typing Editor for Yearbook; Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for her hard work for the yearbook. 

Interested in Gene Pitney, motorcycles, boys, clothes, and a career as a secretary. 
Objects to cigarettes, boys who come early, tables in the cafe. 
Remembers my many friends and good times at W.H.S. in the short time I've been 
here, and Mrs. Webber's classes. 




MICHAEL TpTO 
MIKE 

Striving to get lost on an island with Paul and a deck of cards. 
Extracurricular Activities: Track 1. 
Noted for overruling the pharmacy. 
Interested in Pam, cards, and new teachers. 
Objects to Weasles. 

Remembers smoking in the boys' room with Stan, and my two years with Dr. 
Farello. 






PHILLIP VAN STEENSBURG 
RALPH 




Striving to have a career in electronics. 
Extracurricular Activities: None. 
Noted for his odd nickname. 
Interested in girls, electronics, and sports. 
Objects to Mr. Coffin's easy tests. 
Remembers the good times with Jan. 



JANET MARY VITALE 

JAN 

Striving to become an executive secretary and work in a plush office. 

Extracurricular Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Finance Committee 1, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Junior Variety Show; Prom Committee 3, 4; Business Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play Committee; Drama 
Club 4. 

Noted for her stylish clothes. 

Interested in sailing, swimming, dancing, football games, and the Kingsmen. 

Objects to school buses, gym, Room 116, and the cafe serving something that is not 
on the menu. 

Remembers "The Crible," the Bike Trip, the "Supremes," the wild times at Hamp- 
ton Beach, doubling with Beve, and July 30, 1965. 





SANDRA MAE WARD 
SANDY 

Striving to become a linguist and to work with an ambassador. 

Extracurricular Activities: Yearbook Staff; Senior Play; Prom Committee 3, 4; Pep 
Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Dance Committee 2; Finance 
Committee 2; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for her diction. 

Interested in tennis, painting, and football games. 

Objects to standard cars, 3-cut system, track, and quality point system. 

Remembers the Prudential Building, Mrs. Baran's skits, Mr. Kelley's onions, Mr. 
Shea's "garbage," the pifiata, skiing with Gabe, August 17, 1965, these Wilming- 
ton cops, Romeo and Juliet, oratorical contest, and drama club(?). 




DAVID WHITE 

WHITEY 

Striving to retire at forty with a million. 

Extracurricular Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Class Treasurer 3; Prom 

Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Junior Variety Show 3. 
Noted for his year as treasurer. 
Interested in sports, girls, girls, sports, and girls. 
Objects to people who thought I was a poor treasurer. 
Remembers all the money I stole from the treasury and Megy's driving. 




ELIZABETH WOODLAND 

BETTY 

Striving to be happy. 

Extracurricular Activities: Yearbook StafF 4. 

Noted for her only brother. 

Interested in boys, spending money, and swimming. 

Objects to J.S., biology, and geometry. 

Remembers Mr. Shea's history class, meat room talk, Junior Week, and M.Y.F. 





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ROBERT D. WOODLAND JR. 

BOB 

Striving to graduate. 

Extracurricular Activities: 200 Mile Club; Cross Country 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4. 

Noted for his seven sisters. 

Interested in swimming, track, and cars. 

Objects to girls. 

Remembers Mr. Krey. 




JAMES YENTILE 
RETARD 

Striving to go to college and to become an electrical engineer. 

Extracurricular Activities: Interact Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Baseball 3, 4; Ski Club 

3, 4; Junior Variety Show. 
Noted for his friendliness. 
Interested in skiing and baseball. 
Objects to people who can't spell his last name. 
Remembers nothing. 




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CHERYL GRACE ZAINO 
CHER 

Striving to succeed in whatever God destines for me. 

Extracurricular Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Dance Committee 
3; Prom Committee 3; French Club Treasurer 2; Vice-President 4; Pep Club 3; 
Cheerleading 3, 4; Junior Variety Show. 

Noted for being a vivacious vice-president. 

Interested in dancing, music, sewing, cheerleading, and O.M. 

Objects to spectators coming to a prom in curlers and slacks. 

Remembers Dolores's pajama party, Marshfield, getting mad at Chucky, the fun we 
had in cheerleading with Miss Potter, finding out why everyone always remem- 
bered Mr. Kelley's class, and Megy's driving. 




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Extracurricular Activities: Track 1. 
Noted for his motor scooter. 
Interested in sports, hunting, and fishing. 
Objects to nothing. 
Remembers yesterday. 



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Anderson, Alain Gruber, Francis Hancock, Bruce Arnold, James Baxter. 
Second Row. Coach Bellissimo, Jackie Gillis, Roland Wood, Donald Barnaby, Jimmy Gushing, 

Mark Peters, Paul Maloney, Richard Ely, Bobby Flores, William Sheehan, Leo O'Connell, 

Goach Murphy. 
Third Row: Douglas Grawford, Robert Montuori, Eddie Gillis, Danny O'Gonnell, Richard 

Doucette, Bobby Leverone, Billy Wahls, Michael O'Rourke, Richard Kennedy, Wesley 

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Football is considered by many one of the 
greatest sports in America. Many times, idols of 
boys and men are football players. This love of 
sport and admiration of those who participate 
professionally are what urge the high-school boys 
to play. To them, football opens the door to the 
world of friendship, teamwork, struggle, victory, 
and many times defeat. The quality of the team- 
work fluctuates from year to year as the stars 
leave and the amateurs must replace them and 
begin to learn. But through it all, the spirit and 
the sportsmanship never fade. 

This is the way it was with our football team 
of 1965. Although the boys did not have the 
victory that Wilmington has experienced in the 
past, they were victorious in sportsmanship and 
spirit. This is the way we should remember the 
team as a whole and each boy individually, for 
they should be known as the victors of many of 
the great qualities that they displayed throughout 
the season and the recipients of the trophies of 
praise, admiration, and pride that we have for 
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CHEERLEADERS 

Standing: Suzanne Coy, 
Anne Cote, Kathy Moore, 
Beth Holbrook, Diane 
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Betty Jacobsen, Captain 
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Our basketball team made tremendous strides 
this year. In 1965 they had the dismal record of 
two wins and eighteen losses. This year, how- 
ever, they succeeded in winning four games and 
losing only sixteen. Our boys did try, however, 
and had to face such powerful teams as Chelms- 
ford and North Andover. The team still has the 
whole-hearted support of the student body. The 
team was coached again this year by Mr. Dicey 
and was led by Co-captains Bruce Arnold and 
Tommy Pote, along with the other seniors on the 
squad. Kirk Anderson, John Harrington, and 
Duke Garland. The Class of 1966 wishes the best 
of luck to next year's team. 




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THE 1966 MERRIMACK VALLEY 
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 

An emphasis on team work 
rather than individual perform- 
ance proved profitable as the 
girls' varsity again captured the 
Merrimack Valley Conference 
Title. Facing keen competition, 
the girls compiled a record in 
Non-League games of five wins 
and one loss and in League 
games, six wins and one loss. 
Under the competent leadership 
of coach Miss Georgia Dadoly, 
the girls showed a desire and 
spirit which could only be 
matched by their ability and 
sportsmanship. 

The experience of nine seniors. 
Captain Sharon Justice, Co- 
Captain Sandy Burns, Tana Fair- 
field, Nancy Farrell, Paula Mac- 
Donald, Lillian McLaughlin, 
Jane Kroll, Ginny Schena and 
Cheryl Zaino, aided the team in 
defensive play and offensive 
maneuvers. The essential assist- 
ance given by talented under- 
classmen during this season 
continues the hope for another 
successful season. We salute this 
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Kroll, Dawn Williams, Cheryl Zaino, Connie Bloomerth, Karen Sevener. 

Kneeling: Lillian McLaughlin, Ginny Schena, Co-Capts. Sharon Justice and Sandy Burns, 
Paula MacDonald, Nancy Farrell. 




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A determined, but inexperienced, Girls' 
field hockey team, capably coached by 
Miss Alice McCarthy, completed the season 
with two wins, seven losses, and one tie. 
The team, led by Captain Paula Mac- 
Donald and Senior Nancy Farrell along 
with many talented underclassmen, faced 
the opposition with expectation. Cracked 
sticks, hot tempers, flying balls, and injuries 
never stopped this team's courage and spirit. 
The interest shown and the experience 
gained by underclassmen during this season 
are the signs for a promising future. 



Paula MacDonald, Nancy Farrell, Anne Barry, Carol McMillan, 
Beth Emery, Pamela Godzyk, Nancy Weinberg, Bonnie 
Gamble, Elaine Zaverson, Tanis Moody, Marjorie Gamble, 
Pat Silva. 





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A hard fought second year of 
organized hockey found the Wil- 
mington Wildcats in the playoffs 
where they ended up in fourth 
place, finishing behind Mascono- 
met, Burlington and Billerica. 
In regular season play, the Wild- 
cats had a seven and eight rec- 
ord. This record, however, did 
not reflect the fine coaching by 
Mr. George Cogan and Mr. 
Pollard, or the many hard fought 
close scoring games in which 
chance played the decisive role 
in the eventual win or loss. The 
class of 1966 extends its best 
wishes to the coach and squad of 
1967, and is sure that it will 
continue its fine play. 



Top Kow. Coach Pollard, Eddie Miller, William Chamberlain, Jack Irwin, Kenny 

Foberg. 
Second Row: Richard Doucette, Danny O'Connell, Jimmy Gushing, Donny Currier, 

John Gennetti, Peter Pellerin, Gary Irwin, Coach Cogan. 
First Row: Leo O'Connell, David Trickett, Lennie Galvin, Peter Malatesta, James 

Jillett, Kevin Sullivan, Thomas DeFelice. 





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This year the cross country team had 
a successful season with a 5-7-2 record. 
With the able coaching of Mr. Shea, 
and a strong team spirit, the Wilmington 
club finished third in the competitive 
Merrimack Valley Conference. Among 
the highlights of this season was the one- 
point victory over Chelmsford. This 
marked the first Wilmington win over 
Chelmsford in eight years. Led by Sen- 
iors Jim Sousa, Don Coolidge, and Don 
Pembroke, the team won tenth place in 
the State Meet at White Stadium. Two 
of our runners, Jim Sousa and Don Pem- 
broke, finished in the top twenty among 
over two hundred entries. 



Top Row: Michael Kaszynski, David Boeri, David Winters, Phillip Van Steensberg, Eddie 
Thomas, Frank Harrington, Steven DeRose, Donald Pembrook, Coach Shea. 

Second Row. Steve Arsenault, Ronald WoliF, John WoLff, Donald Coolidge, Paul Coolidge, 
Angelo Morlani. 

First Row: Lawrence Harrington, George Spinney, Anthony Beatrice, Paul Theriault. 




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Top Row. Paul Zaverson, John WolfF, Ernie Taylor, Robert Johnson. 
Third Row: George PhiUips, Robert Quant, Da\"id Knight, Jimmy 

Theriault, Larr\- Harrington. 
Second Row. Frank Harrington, Tommy Mirisola, Hank De\Un, 

Edward Thomas, Steven DeRose, Brent Wilkes, Anthony Beatrice. 
First Row. Da\'id Norton, Richard Ely, Carl Guarino, Captain Robert 

Woodland, Frank Hancock, David Boeri, Glen Cox. 



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Track is unique among sports, for though the 
boys participating are members of a team and 
are stri\ing to win team \ictories. the emphasis 
is upon the indi^"idual. Every bo\- on the team 
must work to impro\'e his own perfonnance. 
Though the team may not ahvays be \-ictorious, 
there is a personal satisfaction for these athletes 
in knowing they ha\'e made progress. This ^•ear 
the Track Team under the coaching of Mr. 
Bernard Shea won its only \'icton- over the Bur- 
lington squad, coached by Bob \\'oodland. Other 
seniors on the team were James Xatoli and 
Francis Hancock, who ^^"as one of the outstand- 
ing members of the team with success in such 
\'aried e\-ents as the broad jump. 100 yard dash 
and shotput. 




Top Raw. Coach Gilligan, Eddie Gillis, Peter Farrell, Andrew Giannino. 
Second Row. Robert Floras, Bobby Finney, Michael O'Rourke, Lennie Gustus, David Trickett. 
First Row. Stephen McNamara, Ralph Garland, Kirk Anderson, Bruce Arnold, Billy Cawthron, 
Lenny Bryant. 




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Upper Left, Most Popular: Dolores Delisle and Richard Dussault 

Lower Left, Best Dancers: Fay De' Avignon and Leonard Calvin 




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Girl: Karen Erhard 

Right, Class Flirts: Cheryl Zaino and Malvin Jacobs 

Below, Most Likely to Succeed: Donald Coolidge and 
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Above, Class Pals: Arthur Dyer and Peter Malatesta, Nancy Farrell and Victoria 

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Left, Most Popular Freshmen: Edward Gillis and Carol 
Russo; Most Popular Sophomores: Ralph Delisle and 
Betty Jacobsen; Most Popular Juniors: Arthur Bureau 
and Judy Irwin 

Loiver Left, Class Artists: Donna Nichols and Alan 
Nelson 

Lower Right, Best Personality: Beverley McLain and 
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Editor M. Anderson; Assistant Editors A. Cox and A. Petto; S. Beers, C. Blake, D. Boeri, D. 
Delisle, E. Emery, S. Holbrooke, M. Hurley, R. Lyford, K. Moore, D. Berger, J. Dowling, 

C. Fillipowitz, A. Fortunata, D. Houle, J. Laquidara, D. O'Connell, S. Nickerson, W. Horsman, 

D. Comacho, J. Emery, F. Harrington, C. Howe, E. Leduc, T. Moody, B. Nelson, A. Williams, 
T. Pote, E. Leo, L. Birkle, D. Mirisola, C. Kenney, L. Thebeau, J. Connors, G. Smith, J. Shine, 
M. Delaney, B. Hodgkins, C. Flamming, B. Peterson, and advisor Mrs. Aldrich. 






Left to Right: 
Donald Varley, Richard 
Lyford, Miss Kazalski, 
Ronald Thomas and 
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W. Evans, M. Gamble, D. Williams, S. Neilson, B. Holbrook, R. Wolff, S. Keane, N. Weinberg, 
R. Shurtleff, A. Dyer, P. Malatesta, G. Norton, D. Crawford, D. Coolidge, B. McLain, G. 
Moegelin, P. MacDonald, J. Miller, M. O'Rourke, D. MacEachern, D. Winters, A. Greene, 
C. Fillipowitz, A. Gox, B. Emery, R. Ely, B. Levoss, R. Lyford, A. Petto, P. Savignac. Faculty 
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Betsy Hodgkins, Marilyn 
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Seventh Grade: J. Ayotte, J. Boeri, L. Gamble, J. Jackson, K. Knowlton, D. McCusker, J. 
Micalizzi, L. Richard. Freshmen: A. Bovitz, J. Breau, E. Devlin, B. Emery, J. Emery, H. 
Fields, J. Hughes, S. Martin, S. Spiros. Sophomores: K. Adams, P. Cone, C. Conlin, E. Dahl, 
D. Giannino, E. Giglio, C. Kenney, S. Moore, B. Nelson, E. Smith, T. Ventura. Juniors: C. 
Anderson, K. Conway, D. Dailey, J. Rhoads. 




Standing: Mr. Shiere, Linda Thebeau, Diane Martin, Carla Jamison, Mclanie Johnson, Linda 

Fuller, Blanche Hanley, Marjorie McLean. 
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Members of the 1966 Science Club: R. Arnone, L. Arsenault, W. Aruda, D. Bodenstein, P. 
Guyelf, C. Kenney, A. Krey, J. Kroll, B. Levass, R. Lyford, D. MacCallum, J. Marasco, D. 
Matter, D. Norton, A. Petto, C. Pushee, A. Robertie, A. Ross, P. Whitney, M. Cardrell, D. Mac- 
Eachern. Advisor was Miss Georgia Dadoly. 




1966 was the first year for the Future Nmses Club at W.H.S. The advisor was Mrs. Martin, R.N. 
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Tweh'e \-ears of public education. What is public education? Public educa- 
tion is the method adopted to mass produce knowledgeable, \vell-beha\ed, and 
patriotic citizens. Its purposes are twofold: first, to gi\"e future workers the basic 
knowledge required to make them a cog in the giant machiner\- that is the United 
States, and. second, to create fine citizens with correct attitudes and patriotic 
spirits. The desire to impact only concrete knowledge and accepted facts as 
preparation for jobs has spread to courses where opinions, interpretations and 
creativit}" form tire major portion of the course. Students with dissenting opinions 
are frequently ignored, since the main aim of education is not to help the student 
learn to think, but to help him learn to think correcth", in a manner acceptable to 
the older and more qualified experts of the past and present. The second purpose 
is the control of the behavior and attitudes of the student. 

The temptation is great to instruct the pupils in the opinions and beliefs of 
public school systems, or of the government. \\'h\- simph" educate a person to 
accept what you consider facts, when you can ha\"e him accept certain of your own 
opinions and attitudes that are to \"ou unquestionably correct? Such attitudes as 
instant respect for the teacher, the acceptance of learning as an almost military 
duty, and instant patriotism are all wo\en into the fabric of a citizen's brain. If 
such purposes of education were exposed in another country, we would scream 
charges of propaganda, control, and indoctrination. When the system is our own 
and the dogma preached seems to conform to American ideals, we can see no hann 
in the control of the attitudes of our \-outh. Freedom is a hard ^^-ord to define; 
perhaps it means that we may think and speak of differing ideas, and hold various 
attitudes. This freedom is worthless if your mind is taught to accept the ideas and 
attitudes of an approved dogma. 



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Change and progress — these two words have become the watchwords of our 
society. They are the rallying cry under which a new breed of warriors — scientists 
and engineers — goes forth to conquer the Universe. 

The results of this concentrated attack on the secrets of Nature are amazing. 
Within our lifetime man has increased his maximum possible speed some fifty 
times to 18,000 miles per hour. He has probed the secrets at the center of an atom 
and has expanded his sphere of knowledge of outer space to the limits of visibility. 
He has descended to the deepest spot in the oceans and has circled the earth in 
outer space. He has sent unmanned spaceships to three planets of our solar system, 
and before many of us have finished our educations, will have followed them 
himself. Great strides are being made against disease with the result that man 
now lives longer than ever before. In short, we are living in the midst of the 
greatest advances in science and technology that have ever occurred. 

These changes, however, put us into a position where man, himself, must 
change in order to keep abreast of his progress. Man is a naturally conservative 
animal, though, and any radical change must be forced upon him. In other words, 
he must be educated. The need for education becomes increasingly obvious with 
each day that passes. Our society is already so complex that a time traveler from 
a mere twenty years ago could not live a normal life here. In fact, many of today's 
people find it difficult to lead sane lives. If this is so now, what will our world 
be like twenty — or thirty years from now? 

We are therefore faced with the problem of adapting to a society that changes 
with awesome speed. The only way this can be done is to learn to accept new 
ideas, to use them, and to blend them into our lives. These three points are the 
central features of education. 

One further point must be made. We are now living in the age of the 
specialist. The days are gone in which a man could succeed at a number of pro- 
fessions without educational preparation. A high school education has become 
nearly a necessity to the person who wants to succeed in life. 

However, education is not a process that stops with graduation from high 
school or even college. It continues throughout every day of one's life. Each day 
that one does not learn something new should be counted as wasted, for only by 
constant progress can one pass along the road to understanding of our world. 

It has been truly said that the greatest of journeys begins with but a single 
step. A public education is that first step in the journey of life, and for those 
gathered here today, it has been a giant step. Let us hope that it is just an indi- 
cation of things to come. 



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You see here today a group of close to two hundred young people, but your 
eyes and attention are most likeh' centered upon one individual student — yes, 
one indi\idual witli his o\\'n unique past and his own dreams and aspirations for 
the future. Each of us graduating today will face many problems in the coming 
years. Perhaps, the most difficult duty we will ha\e in life is to be utterly honest 
and sincere with ourselves. I firmly believe that this self-honesty must be at the 
foundation of our characters if we are to attain any real happiness or meaning 
in our li\es. By being honest with ourselves we dex-elop an objectivity about 
ourselves, and an abilit}' to perceive the reality of the world around us. 

Our desire to know the truth is so strong that we cannot possibly ignore it. 
We see it e\'idenced here today at this graduation. We have worked for the past 
four years at Wilmington High School to learn and to know. Probablv nowhere 
is man's thirst for truth more obvious in our modern world than in our exploration 
of space. We send rockets to the moon and men into outer space in search of 
knowledge of the rest of the universe that is hidden from man. 

Yet, all the while we search for knowledge, we must realize that we have to 
be truthful with ourselves before we can e\'er comprehend the truth that lies 
outside ourselves. We must be honest and real before we can ever understand 
reality. Before we can realize the complex truths of our universe, we must acquire 
a simplicity' of spirit that allows us to see clearly into our own beings and to know 
ourselves. Without self-honesty and sincerity, our minds can never function 
properly. If we attempt to fool ourselves and others, our thoughts, quite naturally, 
will become confused and distorted. We will become frustrated and disturbed, 
since we will be attempting to live a lie, rather than the truth. 

It is only when our thoughts, our speech, and our actions conform to what 
we believe to be true that our minds can function properly and logically. In other 
words, it is only when we keep our feet on the ground that we can think straight, 
and it is only when our minds conform to the reality we see around us that we 
can achieve an inner peace or happiness in our lives. The happy man is one who 
is doing what he believes is right. 

A valedictory is a farewell, and I have taken the title for my valedictory from 
another farewell speech, which was written by Shakespeare in his tragedy 
HAMLET. In this speech a father named Polonius is bidding farewell to his son 
who is going away. The speech is rather ironic since Polonius was a bumbling 
idiot who was always interfering in other people's business, but he could never 
manage his own affairs. Nonetheless, there is a great deal of truth in his words. 
At the end of his farewell he said to his son: 

"This above all: to thine oun self he true 
And it must follotv, as the uight the clay, 
Thou canst not then be false to any man." 



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by JANET VITALE 

Individualism has been prevalent in the minds 
of the students of the class of 1966. During the 
past four years, we have struggled to encourage 
class spirit and, in a sense, to abolish individual- 
ism. Every one of us wanted our class to make 
an impression on the faculty, the upperclassmen, 
the lowerclassmen, and the parents. We always 
desired to do something outstanding, yet we 
constantly refused to relinquish grudges and to 
dissolve our personal feelings of resentment in 
order to benefit the class. Finally as seniors, indi- 
vidualism, although still important, has started to 
unite our class. We are accomplishing goals and 
are succeeding in almost every phase of class 
unity. We have accepted one another, and have 
become mature friends. As a result, we are able 
to recall with some prestige the struggles, the 
events, and the fun we shared during the past 
four years. 

On September 5, 1962, we entered the high 
school tagged freshmen. We held our first class 
meeting, with Mr. John O'Rourke presiding as 
class advisor. Electing class officers was the only 
event scheduled for that year. Those elected 
were Lillian Piazzola, President; Carol McClure, 
\^ice President; Beverley McLain, Treasurer; and 
Barbara Lindmark, Secretary. 

Returning in September of 1963 as sophomores, 
we were informed that Mr. George Cogan was 
our new class advisor. Elections were held and 
the results were Edward Gallagher, President; 
Lillian Piazzola, Vice President; Judith Phillips, 
Treasurer; and Dolores DeLisle, Secretary. Plans 
were made for our dance scheduled for Decem- 
ber 20, 1963. It was named "A Merry Twistmas." 
Our treasury was thriving after making $11 on 
this dance. 

As juniors, we returned in 1964 with the atti- 
tude of do or die. But, again we had to start anew, 
since we had another class advisor, Mr. Roger 
Breakey. Elections were important to everv^one 
and class participation started to come alive. 
Bruce Arnold was elected President; Judith Phil- 
lips, Vice President; David White, Treasurer; and 
Dolores DeLisle, Secretary. During the year, 
Arlene Phillips was elected Vice President to 
succeed her sister. 

The Thanksgiving dance was designated to the 
juniors. It was held on November 20, 1964 and 
was entitled "Ma\^lower Mash." Class rings were 
sold during the year. The Junior Prom, "Moon- 
light Over Tara," was held on March 19, 1965. 
The gym was transformed into a southern man- 
sion. The queen was Joan Bovitz. In her court 
were Beverly Alden, Cynthia Blake, Be\erley 
Boudreau, Fay De' Avignon, Maureen Duggan, 
and Kathleen Kenney. 

Junior week was especially unique and worthy 
of recognition. On Monday evening. May 24, we 



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had our Junior Banquet. Awards were distrib- 
uted to students who had shown outstanding 
achievement in every school subject. Tuesday, 
during the 5-minute break, we congregated in the 
big cafe wearing bags on our heads ad\'ertising 
the Junior Variety Show. An MDC siren was 
able to attract some attention. Wednesday we 
succeeded in gathering 150 juniors at 7:30 in the 
morning, equipped with signs, whistles, and bi- 
cycles. We held the first bike trip ever to reach 
W.H.S. We did calisthenics on the front lawn. 
Thursday was dress-up day. On Friday and Sat- 
urday evenings we presented our Junior Variety 
Show. It was one of the most enjoyable events 
the class has ever undertaken. A beach party was 
held on Sunday at Cranes. 

On September 8, 1965, we returned to school— 
this time as seniors, and again with a new class 
advisor. Mr. Bernard Shea has been a great 
benefit to our class. He has given his time for 
our ad\'antage. 

Elections were held early in the year and the 
results revealed that, for tlie first time in the 
history of the school, four girls had been chosen 
as officers of the Senior Class. Fay De'A\ ignon 
is our President; Cheryl Zaino, \^ice President; 
Nancy Farrell, Treasurer; and Dolores DeLisle, 
Secretary. We held two dances this year. The 
first was on October 15, 1965, and was entitled 
"Vein Attempt." In November a patron drive and 
pizza part\' were held to aid the class pla\', which 
was presented on December 2 and 4. The play, 
"Time Out For Ginger," was directed by Miss 
Marilyn Fowler. 

Cynthia Blake was elected to represent W.H.S. 
in the State House in Boston. In April, seven 
seniors were honored when the announcement of 
class positions was made. Mary Keough is our 
Valedictorian. Donald Coolidge is our Salutato- 
rian. Richard Shurtleff is our Essayist. Paula 
MacDonald is the author of the Class Will. 
Nancv Farrell is our Class Marshal. Beverlev 
McLain is our Class Prophet, and the Class His- 
torian is Janet Vitale. 

On June 3, 1966, our Senior Prom was held at 
the Hillview Country Club in North Reading. 
Chosen as queen was Betty Jacobus. In her court 
were Dolores DeLisle, Maureen Duggan, Donna 
Fantasia, Karen Erhard, Beverley McLain, and 
Deborah Smith. On Saturday, those who went to 
the Prom held a beach party at Cranes. Our 
Senior Banquet was held the evening of June 8, 
1966. 

On June 12, 1966, graduation exercises culmi- 
nated our education at Wilmington High School. 
The persons to whom we owe the prestige of that 
day are numerous. To Mr. Shea, Mr. NIcMahon, 
to the faculty, to our parents and friends, a 
sincere and cordial thank you is expressed by 
each and everv member of the Class of 1966. 



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by PAULA MacDONALD 

We, the class of 1966, leave our own beaten 
path in the corridor from the music room to the 
locker rooms. It passes by lavatories reeking 
with smoke, pegged lockers, and half open class 
room doors. Pausing for a moment before we 
lea\"e we remember the long hours spent in a 
pink, blue or seasick green room. 

If we were to enter through the shop entrance 
door and look in through the first open door, we 
would see a bushel basket of short circuits left to 
Mr. Pollard by David Bull. Also in the shop, 
William Cawthorn leaves his duties of cleaning 
the sink and his six cases to Joseph Giddings. 
Moving down the corridor to the gym, some of 
us remember the day when Linda Fuller, Ellen 
Marr, and Beverly Alden left. They leave a lunch 
at McDonald's to anybody who has a car and the 
guts to go. Ginny Schena and Sharon Justice 
leave their unused foul shots, a set of keys, and 
a worn-out coach to Margi. Nancy Farrell leaves 
her ace bandages and crutches to Miss McCarthy 
and Miss Dadoly. Kathy McCue leaves an over- 
sized cheerleading uniform along with a major- 
ette's uniform to anyone who can fill them. Marie 
Kirby leaves her softball career to Kathy Law- 
rence, and Melanie Johnson leaves Miss Mc- 
Carthy's classes regretfully. Cathy Ballou, Bev- 
erley McLain, and Sharon Justice leave six hun- 
dred yards of unrun track. Bett\' Woodland 
leaves her track record to anyone who can break 
it. Doug Crawford leaves the benevolent gym 
teachers — the ropes. 

In the cafeteria Mary Solas leaves her cafe 
table to Kathy and Nancy. Donna Nichols, notic- 
ing the crowded conditions, leaves a fire drill 
during lunch. Meandering up to the Guidance 
Office, as we have so often done during lunch, 
we find a pile of guidance appointment slips 
which were left along with visits to the nurse's 
office, colds, backaches, and forged library per- 
mits by Tana Fairfield and Dale Bishop; and a 
foolproof medical excuse left by Janet Vitale to 
any girls worthy of them and unworthy of gym. 
Kathy Moore leaves her many thanks to Miss 
Sharp. Next we come to the Office, where any- 
one who has been in the Guidance Office during 
lunch belongs. Leon Roueche leaves a lock of 
hair to Mr. McMahon, and Kathy Moore leaves 
a cracked lip to Mr. Dri.scoll. Across the hall, 



Howard Fratus has left the cigarettes in the vents 
in the boys' room. Passing by the conference 
room, so often used for the meetings of the 
National Honor Society, Carlene Riccelli leaves 
an 84.5 average to anyone aspiring to it. 

In the halls and on the stairways a few things 
have been left. Marion Ridley leaves all the high 
lockers to all the short girls. Shirley D'Errico 
leaves Locker *4, one of those which opens 
easily, to Netta so she won't waste any time in 
leaving. On the well known drag strip, Beverley 
McLain leaves the underclassmen in the dust 
going to lunch. ROMEO AND JULIET of 401 
leave the stair landing near 211. 

In the area of the language lab, Bev McLain 
has left an abundance of patience to anyone as- 
piring to French IV, and Debby Lester has left 
a pair of Cuban heels to Mr. Kemp. From the 
direction of 113 the loud noise of constant battle 
can be heard, and Kathy Kenney and Jane Kroll 
finally escape leaving Charles Malmsten and Al 
Marfleet behind. Al and Charles, not to be out- 
done, leave Kathy, Jane, and the whole school 
behind. Debby Lester leaves her old homeroom 
to Linda and Jane, an old piece of chewed-up 
bubble gum to Mrs. Lowry, and to whoever fol- 
lows in Home Ec. 4, an old diaper. Kathy Moore 
leaves to Mr. Beaton a joke book. On the far end 
of the corridor, Ginny Osberg leaves all her ex- 
cuses for getting out of chorus to anyone who 
can use them. Fay De'Avignon leaves Mr. Dicey 
and four years of drafting class to any freshman 
girl with strong willpower and much persever- 
ance. Sandy Burns and Duke Garland leave Mr. 
Dicey a book entitled "How to Coach a Winning 
Season" written by Coach Dadoly. 

Upstairs where Mr. Eagar has moved during 
the last couple of years, Barbara Lindmark leaves 
some superior translations and unmailed letters 
to Dr. Warsley. Bobby Falwell leaves some boots 
and un untucked shirt-tail to Miss Dadoly. Cindy 
Blake and Carl Guarino leave a test tube of 
peach brandy to Miss Dadoly and Chemistry 303. 
Elizabeth Ranberg and Linda Jackson leave Mrs. 
Horwitz to the next seniors. Charles Moegelin 
leaves his ethnic jokes to Mrs. Horwitz and Steve 
McNamara leaves a learned seat in 226. 

Around the corner in Mr. Shea's room there are 
two hundred pounds of tortillas and enchilladas 



left to Mr. Shea's next year's Latin American 
History class by James Sousa. Sitting next to the 
tortillas, there is a bottle of tranquilizers left to 
any junior who has Mr. Shea by Franny Ruggerio. 
To Mrs. Shea, Mr. Day's smiling replacement, 
Eddy Gallagher leaves a pair of yellow socks. 
Carol McClure leaves Eddy. 

In 211 Carlene Ricelli leaves Mr. Coffin, still 
coughin'. Vicki Fogg leaves him a silent gesundt- 
heit. Donald Pembrook leaves his flunking phys- 
ics mark, and Judy Gardiner leaves 15 lbs. of 
physics notes to the literary world. 

In the area of the business classes, Nancy 
Maglio leaves to all seniors who are fortunate 
enough to get Mrs. Webber, a place next to the 
typewriter to lose their ring and a debt of a lolly- 
pop owed to Mrs. Webber for finding it. Diane 
Kane and Elaine Leo leave all the special jobs 
in Mrs. Webber's room. Across the hall in the 
office of "Wobbit the Rabbit," Malvin Jacobs 
leaves a copy of THE PRINCE to the English 
teachers of Wilmington High School. Terry 
Bowen leaves her secret agent squirt gun to Miss 
Kazalski and two slightly used Righteous Broth- 
ers to Pam Phillips. Allan Outridge leaves wasted 
words to Mr. Shiere and Melanie Johnson leaves 
his class regretfully. 

Downstairs again, Michele Caira leaves Miss 
Fowler's homeroom to her brother Mike. To Miss 
Murphy, Paulette Savignac leaves all her un- 
dotted i's, Doug Crawford leaves a tarantula, and 
Art Dyer leaves many fond memories. Art also 
leaves in the next room a used traffic policeman's 
cage and several pairs of handcuffs to Mr. Kelley 
to use during the lunch hours at the intersection 
of Main St. and Cafeteria Ave. Cindy Blake 
leaves a copy of her favorite book, ADVEN- 
TURES IN READING, Gerry Lawrence leaves 
an initialed scrapper, Gerry and Danny Maclnnis 
leave the right to enter any boys' room without 
the use of force. Barbara Lindmark leaves a bowl 
of Swedish meatballs, and Donald Coolidge and 



George Norton, having won the handicap races 
in cross country practice in 1963, leave the sodas 
Mr. Kelley promised the winners, to the slowest 
boy on next year's team. Donald Coolidge also 
leaves his PUns to anyone who might want them, 
in the event that such a person exists. Otherwise 
they shall revert to Mr. Kelley. 

Doug Crawford leaves Ron Wolff a barber 
shop and Ralph Delisle the water buckets. Mike 
O'Day leaves his superior intelligence, tremen- 
dous sense of humor, daring acrobatic skill, fear- 
less recklessness, and his garbage can to anyone 
who can come near it. Otherwise this shall revert 
to the faculty of Wilmington High. Dale Bishop 
leaves all the worms in the football field to 
Malvin J., Jimmy Y., and Franny Hancock. 

Richard Shurtleff leaves nothing. He's taking 
it all with him. Curtis McCosco leaves himself. 
Jeanne Stone leaves all the A's that she didn't get 
to next year's class. To all people who think they 
are the absolute end, cliques, Beverley Boudreau 
leaves a bottle of Sloan's liniment, good for 
bumps, bruises, and swollen heads. Betty Mac- 
Kenzie leaves Lucy Gray and Frannie Preston 
two brothers. Mary Lou Silva entrusts her height 
to her sister Patty. 

Barbara Gennetti leaves her mother's Oriental 
rug and a bottle of Mr. Clean to the first future 
senior to have an open party. Arlene Phillips 
leaves her stiff neck to any senior girl who has a 
boyfriend who towers over her. Michele, Marion, 
Margie, Sheila, and Donald Smallidge leave Wil- 
mington High. John Bridges leaves the school 
without destroying it, and Allan Small leaves 
Wilmington. 

The memory we have is not of the study or of 
the hard work, but of the good times we have 
had. But this moment is gone and we must pass 
on, leaving the school in peace till the juniors 
turn it upside down and set it spinning on its 
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by BEVERLEY McLAIN 

As ceremonies for the fifth class reunion of the 
class of 1966 begin, we see our Master of Cere- 
monies, DONALD SMALLIDGE, wearing the 
traditional white tunic and green army helmet. 

"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen," Donald 
begins, "and welcome back to the hallowed halls 
of the Hillview. I know you're all just dying to 
find out what's been happening to everyone since 
our last encounter as a class; and so, to fill you in, 
I give you MARTHA ANDERSON, infamous 
author of 'Under Martha's Hat,' now appearing 
weekly in the TOWN CRIER, and she'll give you 
a few scoops." 

"Thank you, Donald," acknowledges Martha. 
"First of all, I want to tell you how surprised I 
was to hear RICHARD SHURTLEFF speak at 
graduation. Indeed, it was the first time for 
many of us. I understand that LILLIAN PIAZ- 
ZOLA never did get signed out, but admits that 
she learned much in those last few days. FAY 
DeAVIGNON, CHERYL ZAINO, FRANCES 
RUGGERIO, and VICTORIA FOGG have all 
developed fallen arches as a direct result of the 
Junior Variety Show. Another result of this fiasco 
is that JACKIE O'CONNELL and KIRK AN- 
DERSON are still "Doin' What Comes Natch- 
erly." DALE BISHOP and ALLAN SMALL quit 
their acting careers for the more stimulating life 
at U. Mass. JEAN DELANEY, NANCY MAG- 
LIO and DIANE KANE are all happily married. 
But things between CAROL McCLURE and 
EDDIE GALLAGHER are a little shaky, but 
then they always were a bit shaky. 

JANET VITALE and STEPHEN McNAMARA 
have not, as yet, resolved any of the age-old 
problems between the Irish and the Italians, but I 
hear they're still working at it. ARTHUR DYER 
and MALVIN JACOBS have become fish and 
game wardens at GEORGE NORTON State 



Forest. SANDY BURNS, SHARON JUSTICE, 
TANA FAIRFIELD, GINNY SCHENA, NANCY 
FARRELL and PAULA MacDONALD have 
formed the only female team in the NBA with 
the "help" of coaches BRUCE ARNOLD and 
TOMMY POTE. CHUCK MOEGELIN has 
given up his soft job at the mattress factory; he 
says he'd rather the hard stuff. 

Well, that's about all I've got under my hat 
tonight, except to mention that KATHY KEN- 
NEY couldn't make it tonight. She broke her 
arm trying out a new Judo throw. Well, that's it. 
Thank you all. " 

"And thank you, Martha, for all those enlight- 
ening details," Donald replies. "Right now I'd 
like you to meet a few of the celebrities that the 
class of '66 has produced. First we have ALBERT 
MARFLEET, who is now managing the entire 
chain of DeMoulas supermarkets. RICHARD 
DUSSAULT is heading our Civil Defense pro- 
gram with the able assistance of STANLEY 
FRANKEL and MICHAEL TOTO. CINDY 
BLAKE has become another Joan Baez, to the 
envy of DONALD COOLIDGE, who is still 
studying away at M.I.T. JOAN BOVITZ is our 
first female fire chief. MARY KEOUGH is cut- 
ting people up at Winchester Hospital. And 
ALLAN BELOFSKY owns his own barber shop 
at Wilmington Plaza. Congratulations to the 
person who finally made him see the light 
through all that hair. And last, but not least, 
KATHY McCUE and DANNY MARTINI have 
been selected as contestants on "To Tell the 
Truth." 

"Before we have our entertainment by comedi- 
enne TERRI BOWEN, I would like to announce 
that JOHN HARRINGTON has lost his wallet in 
the vicinity of New York City and would appre- 
ciate any information concerning its whereabouts. 
Thank you very much, and I hope you all enjoy 
your evening. See you again in five years." 






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